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GEOINT TEST, EVALUATION, & CERTIFICATION (TEC) PROGRAM
FIELD VALUE REGISTER
Updated: 5/2/2022 3:12:08 PM

The Field Value Register consists of fields defined by MIL-STD-2500C and STDI-0002, Volume 1 that are expandable via NTB registration. Registration is mandatory for some fields, as defined by MIL-STD-2500C and STDI-0002, while other fields have registered values for informational purposes.

Visit the link below for the spreadsheet original of the TRE, DES, and Field Value registers.
NTB Register - v2022.04.28.0751.xlsx

Each field is associated with one of the following status terms:

Status Description
Approved: Field value approved by NTB for implementation
Pending: Field value pending NTB approval.
Canceled: Field value submission canceled.
Retired: Field value no longer valid for implementation.

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Status
Segment
Field
Value


SegmentFieldValueDescriptionStatus
ACFTBMPLAN001APS149: SAR Spotlight, geocoded high resolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001PICOSR: Strip SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001AN/ZPY-1: Georeferenced Strip ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001MS-110: (Mode 1) Narrow Field of View (NFOV) Electro-Optical (EO)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN001MS-177A: (Mode 01) Spot Collection; 10 bands: 6 VIS/NIR, 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001MS-177B: (Mode 01) Spot CollectionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001ANAPY8: Single SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001APG-73 Strip (Search)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN001ASARS-2: SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001SEASPR: Strip SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001JSE8CA: Low resolution, small spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001OSPREY: Strip SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001RTNESS: SAR Polar Spot. Polar Format ProcessingApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001MS-177: Mode 001 (MSI): Full field of view; Full Resolution: PAN Full Field of View; Half Resolution: NIR, GRN Half Field of View, Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2 Approved
ACFTBMPLAN001MFASMR: ISARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001GEOxxx/GIRxxx: Panchromatic Persistent Surveillance Baseline ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001MBSAR: Linear Strip ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001MASIVS: Wide Area EO Region of Interest (ROI)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN001GR-M80: Full Field of View, Full Resolution, Bands: NIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001GEOxxx, GIRyyz, GEOMOS, GIRMOS, G2Enrc, G2Iuuv, G2Cnrc, G2EMyy, G2IMzz, G2EMOS, G2IMOS, and G2CMOS: Panchromatic PS (Baseline EO Pan Mode for Increment 1)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN001DPY-1: Single SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001ASTOR: Enhanced Spot ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN001 - 003EO-IR (Generic): ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002MS-177A: (Mode 02) Search Collection; 6 bands: 2 VIS, 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002ASTOR: Spot ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002MS-177: Mode 002 (WAS): Full field of view; Half Resolution: PAN Half Field of View; Quarter Resolution: SWIR1, MWIR2 Approved
ACFTBMPLAN002MFASMR: Strip SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002MBSAR: Linear Spot ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002JSE8CA: Low resolution, medium spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002GR-M80: Full Field of View, Full Resolution, Bands: NIR, RED, GRNApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002DPY-1: Dwell SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002ASARS-2: Spot 3Approved
ACFTBMPLAN002MS-177B: (Mode 02) Search CollectionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002OSPREY: Spot SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002GEOxxx, GIRyyz, GEOMOS, GIRMOS, G2Enrc, G2Iuuv, G2Cnrc, G2EMyy, G2IMzz, G2EMOS, G2IMOS, and G2CMOS: Monochromatic PS (Baseline EO Mono Mode for Increment 2)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN002MS-110: (Mode 2) Narrow Field of View (NFOV) Infrared (IR)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN002AN/ZPY-1: Transit Strip ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002SEASPR: Spot SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002PICOSR: Spot SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002ANAPY8: Dwell SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002APG-73: SpotlightApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002APS149: SAR Spotlight, non-geocoded high resolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002AN/ZPY-1: Spot ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN002 - 100GEOxxx/GIRxxx: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003MFASMR: Spot SARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003MS-177A: (Mode 03) Focus Sweep; 10 bands: 6 VIS/NIR, 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003RTNESS: Ground Moving Target IndicationApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003MBSAR: Nonlinear Strip ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003JSE8CA: Low resolution, large spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003GR-M80: Half Field of View, Full Resolution, Bands: NIR, RED GRN, SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN003DPY-1: Zoom SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003MS-177B: (Mode 03) Focus SweepApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003PICOSR: ISARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003SEASPR: ISARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003OSPREY: ISARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003APS149: SAR Spotlight, geocoded low resolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003ANAPY8: Zoom SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003AN/ZPY-1: reserved for future useApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003MS-110: (Mode 3) Narrow Field of View (NFOV) Dual-Band (DB) EO/IRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN003ASTOR: Swath 1 ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004APS149: SAR Spotlight, non-geocoded low resolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004RTNESS: EO SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004MBSAR: Nonlinear Spot ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004JSE8CA: Medium resolution, small spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004GR-M80: Half Field of View, Half Resolution, Bands: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN004EO-IR (Generic): EO SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004DPY-1: Transit StripApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004ASARS-2: Spot 1Approved
ACFTBMPLAN004ANAPY8: Transit StripApproved
ACFTBMPLAN004MS-110: (Mode 4) Wide Field of View (WFOV) Electro-Optical (EO)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN005MS-110: (Mode 5) Wide Field of View (WFOV) Infrared (IR)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN005JSE8CA: Medium resolution, medium spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN005TBD: SPAA modeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN005RTNESS: EO Repeated Spot. Repeat interval controlled through tasking.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN005EO-IR (Generic): EO Point TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN005DPY-1: Geo StripApproved
ACFTBMPLAN005ASTOR: Subscan (SS) MTI Exo-clutter ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN005ANAPY8: Geo StripApproved
ACFTBMPLAN006ANAPY8: Brick MapApproved
ACFTBMPLAN006ASTOR: Subscan (SS) MTI Exo/Endo-clutter ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN006MS-110: (Mode 6) Wide Field of View (WFOV) Dual-Band (DB) EO/IRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN006DPY-1: Brick MapApproved
ACFTBMPLAN006EO-IR (Generic): EO Wide Area SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN006JSE8CA: Medium resolution, large spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN006RTNESS: EO Wide Area SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN007MS-110: (Mode 7) Super Wide Field of View (SWFOV) SWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN007RTNESS: IR SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN007DSS301/DSS322/DSS439: EO, Medium FormatApproved
ACFTBMPLAN007DB110: EO, Narrow Field of View, Full Format, Full Resolution (1x1)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN007ASTOR: Wide Area Scan (WAS) MTI Exo-clutter ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN007JSE8CA: High Resolution, small spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN007ASARS-2: Continuous Spot 3Approved
ACFTBMPLAN007CA279H/CA279M: EO Defined Area Target. "Defined Area" refers to a target with 4 corner points in the collection request.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN007 - 013EO-IR (Generic): ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN008DB110: EO, Narrow Field of View, Full Format, Half Resolution (2x2)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN008RTNESS: IR Repeated Spot. Repeat interval controlled through tasking.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN008MS-110: (Mode 8) Super Wide Field of View (SWFOV) MWIR1Approved
ACFTBMPLAN008CA279H/CA279M: EO Strip TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN008ASTOR: Wide Area Scan (WAS) MTI Exo/Endo-clutter ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN008ASARS-2: Continuous Spot 1Approved
ACFTBMPLAN008JSE8CA: High Resolution, medium spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN009ASARS-2: EMTI Wide Frame SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN009DB110: EO, Narrow Field of View, Half Format, Full Resolution (1x1)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN009MS-110: (Mode 9) Super Wide Field of View (SWFOV) MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN009JSE8CA: High Resolution, large spot imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN009RTNESS: IR Wide Area SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN010JSE8CA: Low Resolution, small spot swath compositeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN010MASIVS: Wide Area EO Full Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN010SYERS-2: (Mode 01) Full Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, RED, GRn. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN010ASARS-2: EMTI Narrow Frame SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN010DB110: EO, Narrow Field of View, Half Format, Full Resolution (2x2)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN011RTNESS: EO Gimbal Angle Point. Engineering Test.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN011SHARP/TARSAR: High Resolution Spotlight - Near RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN011PKSAR: SwathApproved
ACFTBMPLAN011JSE8CA: Low Resolution, medium spot swath compositeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN011MS-177A: (Mode 11) Watch Collection; 10 bands: 6 VIS/NIR, 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN011DB110: EO, Wide Field of View, Full Format, Full Resolution (1x1)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN011ASARS-2: EMTI Augment SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN012DB110: EO, Wide Field of View, Half Format, Full Resolution (2x2)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN012MS-177A: (Mode 12) Watch Collection; 6 bands: 2 VIS, 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN012MS-177B: (Mode 12) Watch CollectionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN012JSE8CA: Low Resolution, large spot swath compositeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN012PKSAR: Swath CalibrationApproved
ACFTBMPLAN012RTNESS: IR Gimal Angle Point. Engineering Test.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN012SHARP/TARSAR: High Resolution Spotlight - Far RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN012ASARS-2: EMTI Wide Area MIT (WAMTI)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN013AIP: Monopulse CalibrationApproved
ACFTBMPLAN013ASARS-2: Monopulse CalibrationApproved
ACFTBMPLAN014EO-IR (Generic): IR SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN014RTNESS: SAR Polar Spot IBIT. Initiated Built-in Test.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN014AIP: Wide Area MTI (WAMTI)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN015AIP: Coarse Resolution SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN015EO-IR (Generic): IR Point TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN016AIP: Medium Resolution SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN016EO-IR (Generic): IR Wide Area SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN017CA279M, CA279H: IR Defined Area Target. "Defined Area" refers to a target with 4 corner points in the collection request.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN017PANO: EO PanoramicApproved
ACFTBMPLAN017OM_40: EO PanoramicApproved
ACFTBMPLAN017DB110: IR, Narrow Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN017AIP: High Resolution SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN017DSS301/DSS322/DSS439: IR, Medium FormatApproved
ACFTBMPLAN017 - 023EO-IR (Generic): ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN018AIP: Point ImagingApproved
ACFTBMPLAN018AREOS: NIR/PC. PC = Narrow Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN018CA279H/CA279M: IR Strip TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN018DB110: IR, Wide Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN019JSE8CA: Any other composite imageApproved
ACFTBMPLAN019AREOS: NIR/GC. GC = Wide Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN019AIP: Swath MTI (SMTI)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN020AIP: Repetitive Point ImagingApproved
ACFTBMPLAN020AREOS: IR2/PC. PC = Narrow Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN020PKSAR: SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN020SYERS-2: (Mode 02) Full Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, RED, GRNApproved
ACFTBMPLAN021RTNESS: EO Earth Fixed Inertial. Engineering Test.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN021SHARP/TARSAR: Medium Resolution Spotlight - Near RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN021AREOS: IR2/GC. GC = Wide Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN022AREOS: DUALBAND PC. PC = Narrow Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN022PKSAR: Spot CalibrationApproved
ACFTBMPLAN022RTNESS: IR Earth Fixed Inertial. Engineering Test.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN022SHARP/TARSAR: Medium Resolution Spotlight - Far RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN022AIP: Spot-3AApproved
ACFTBMPLAN023AIP: Spot-1AApproved
ACFTBMPLAN023AREOS: DUALBAND GC. GC = Wide Field of ViewApproved
ACFTBMPLAN024CA279H/CA279M: Dual Band SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN024EO-IR (Generic): Multi-Spectral SpotApproved
ACFTBMPLAN024AREOS: IRLSApproved
ACFTBMPLAN025CA279H/CA279M: Dual Band Point TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN025EO-IR (Generic): Multi-Spectral Point TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN026CA279H/CA279M: Dual Band Wide Area Search. "Wide Area" is interpreted as unbounded collection (i.e. turn sensor on indefinitely)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN026EO-IR (Generic): Multi-Spectral Wide Area SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN027CA279H/CA279M: Dual Band Defined Area Target. "Defined Area" refers to a target with 4 corner points in the collection requestApproved
ACFTBMPLAN027RTNESS: SAR RMA Spot. Range Migration Algorithm (RMA) Processing.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN027 - 033EO-IR (Generic): ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN028AIP: Enhanced Point ImagingApproved
ACFTBMPLAN028CA279H/CA279M: Dual Band Strip TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN029AIP: Scalable Point ImagingApproved
ACFTBMPLAN029RTNESS: SAR RMA Coarse Resolution WAS. RMA Processing.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN030PKSAR: High ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN030RTNESS: SAR RMA Medium Resolution WAS. RMA Processing.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN030SYERS-2: (Mode 03) Half Field of View, Full Resolution: NIR, RED, GRNApproved
ACFTBMPLAN031RTNESS: SAR RMA Fine Resolution WAS. RMA Processing.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN031SHARP/TARSAR: Medium Resolution Stripmap - Near RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN032RTNESS: SAR RMA Spot IBIT. Initiated Built-in Test.Approved
ACFTBMPLAN032SHARP, TARSAR: Medium Resolution Stripmap - Far RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN032PKSAR: High Resolution Spot CalibrationApproved
ACFTBMPLAN034EO-IR (Generic): HSI Spot Approved
ACFTBMPLAN035EO-IR (Generic): HSI Point TargetApproved
ACFTBMPLAN036EO-IR (Generic): HSI Wide Area SearchApproved
ACFTBMPLAN037 - 999EO-IR (Generic): ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN040SYERS-2: (Mode 04) Full Field of View; Half Resolution: NIR, RED, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN041SHARP/TARSAR: Low Resolution Stripmap - Near RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN042SHARP/TARSAR: Low Resolution Stripmap - Far RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN050SYERS-2: (Mode 05) Full Field of View; Half Resolution: NIR, RED, GRNApproved
ACFTBMPLAN050MP-RTIP: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN050MP-RTIP: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN051GEOxxx, GIRyyz, GEOMOS, GIRMOS, G2Enrc, G2Iuuv, G2Cnrc, G2EMyy, G2IMzz, G2EMOS, G2IMOS, and G2CMOS: Reserved value; not usedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN051MP-RTIP: Single Spot SAR High ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN051SHARP/TARSAR: MTI - Far RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN052MP-RTIP: Single Spot SAR Medium-B ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN052SHARP/TARSAR: MTI - Near RangeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN053MP-RTIP: Single Spot SAR Medium-A ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN054MP-RTIP: Single Spot SAR Medium ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN055MP-RTIP: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN056MP-RTIP: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN057MP-RTIP: Continuous Spot SAR High ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN058MP-RTIP: Continuous Spot SAR Medium-B ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN059MP-RTIP: Continuous Spot SAR Medium-A ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN060MP-RTIP: Continuous Spot SAR Medium ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN060SYERS-2: (Mode 06) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, RED, GRN, CYN, YEL, BLU. Half Resolution: 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN061MP-RTIP: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN062MP-RTIP: Concurrent Spot SAR High ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN063MP-RTIP: Concurrent Spot SAR Medium-B ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN064MP-RTIP: Concurrent Spot SAR Medium-A ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN065MP-RTIP: Concurrent Spot SAR Medium ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN066MP-RTIP: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN067MP-RTIP: Swath SAR High ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN068MP-RTIP: Swath SAR Medium ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN069MP-RTIP: Swath SAR Low ResolutionApproved
ACFTBMPLAN070MP-RTIP: ReservedApproved
ACFTBMPLAN070SYERS-2: (Mode 07) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, RED, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN071MP-RTIP: Maritime ISARApproved
ACFTBMPLAN072MP-RTIP: Maritime ISAR (Med Res)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN073MP-RTIP: Maritime ISAR (Low Res)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN080SYERS-2: (Mode 08, Sub-mode 0) Half Field of View; Half Resolution: NIR, RED, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN081SYERS-2: (Mode 08, Sub-mode 1) Half Field of View; Half Resolution: NIR, RED, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN082SYERS-2: (Mode 08, Sub-mode 2) Half Field of View; Half Resolution: NIR, RED, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN083SYERS-2: (Mode 08, Sub-mode 3) Half Field of View; Half Resolution: NIR, RED, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1Approved
ACFTBMPLAN090SYERS-2: (Mode 09 Sub-mode 0) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN091SYERS-2: (Mode 09, Sub-mode 1) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN092SYERS-2: (Mode 09, Sub-mode 2) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN093SYERS-2: (Mode 09, Sub-mode 3) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1Approved
ACFTBMPLAN099DB110: Null Sensor ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN099GR-M80: (Mode 99) Null Sensor ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN100SYERS-2: (Mode 10, Sub-mode 0) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN101M1Imab, O1Iuuv, P1Iuuv: The Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique mission plan mode identifiers for use with the ACFTB TRE field “MPLAN”. We wish to register the value “101”, which uniquely identifies the mission plan mode as being an Infrared Framer; this value indicates the baseline mode for Increment 1 of the Project 93 WAMI collection system. Future values “102” to “999” are reserved for future use. This paradigm parallels that used for the Gorgon Stare PS WAMI system in its format spec. (To align with Gorgon Stare, Project 93 is not using values 001 to 050, which are for EO Pan Framer modes, or 051 to 100, which are for RGB Color Framer modes)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN101GEOxxx, GIRyyz, GEOMOS, GIRMOS, G2Enrc, G2Iuuv, G2Cnrc, G2EMyy, G2IMzz, G2EMOS, G2IMOS, and G2CMOS:Infrared PS (Baseline IR Mode for Increment 1)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN101GEOxxx/GIRxxx: Infrared Persistent Surveillance Baseline ModeApproved
ACFTBMPLAN101SYERS-2: (Mode 10, Sub-mode 1) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN102GEOxxx, GIRyyz, GEOMOS, GIRMOS, G2Enrc, G2Iuuv, G2Cnrc, G2EMyy, G2IMzz, G2EMOS, G2IMOS, and G2CMOS: Infrared PS (Baseline IR Mode for Increment 2)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN102SYERS-2: (Mode 10, Sub-mode 2) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR2, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN102 - 999GEOxxx/GIRxxx: The Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique mission plan mode identifiers for use with the ACFTB TRE field “MPLAN”. We wish to register the value “101”, which uniquely identifies the mission plan mode as being an Infrared Framer; this value indicates the baseline mode for Increment 1 of the Project 93 WAMI collection system. Future values “102” to “999” are reserved for future use. This paradigm parallels that used for the Gorgon Stare PS WAMI system in its format spec. (To align with Gorgon Stare, Project 93 is not using values 001 to 050, which are for EO Pan Framer modes, or 051 to 100, which are for RGB Color Framer modes)Approved
ACFTBMPLAN103SYERS-2: (Mode 10, Sub-mode 3) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, GRN. Half Field of View; Half Resolution; MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN110SYERS-2: (Mode 11) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, GRN, CYN, BLU. Half Resolution: RED, YEL, 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN120SYERS-2: (Mode 12) Half Field of View; Half Resolution: SWIR1, SWIR2, MWIR1, MWIR2Approved
ACFTBMPLAN140SYERS-2: (Mode 14) Half Field of View; Full Resolution: NIR, CYN. Half Resolution: RED, GRN, YEL, BLU, 3 SWIR, 1 MWIRApproved
ACFTBMPLAN999SYERS-2: (Mode 99) Null Sensor Mode, not in direct pointingApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE0CA279H/CA279M: Pre-plannedApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE0Pre-plannedApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE1JSE8CA: ManualApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE1Origin of scene request not trackedApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE1DB110: DynamicApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE1ASARS2: Scene Update (uplink)Approved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE2CA279H/CA279M: ManualApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE2DB110: Target of OpportunityApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE2ManualApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE2Target of OpportunityApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE2ASARS2: Scene Update (manual - via pilot's cockpit display unit)Approved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE3ASARS2: Immediate Scene (immediate spot or search range adjust)Approved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE3DB110: ManualApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE5ASARS2: Preplanned Tape ModificationApproved
ACFTBSCENE_SOURCE6ASARS2: SSSApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDACESHYAirborne Cueing and Exploitation System - HyperspectralApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDAG3607Daedalus Argo ST 3607 Multi-spectral Imager, Bands 1 - 14 are visible near-infrared (400 - 1000 um). Band 15 is MWIR (4530 um). Band 16 is LWIR (9920 um).Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDAIPASARS Improvement ProgramApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDALIRTAirborne LADAR Imaging Research Testbed Sensor SystemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDANAPY8Lynx Block 20 RadarApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDANZPY1STARLite Radar that is integrated onto Gray EagleApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDAPG-73AN/APG-73 RadarApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDAPG79Advanced Electronically Steered Array (AESA) radar ground-mapping mode. For F/A-18E/F aircraft.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDAPS149The Littoral Surveillance Radar System (LSRS), APS-149, is an Early Operational Capability (EOC) platform developed to utilize Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI) and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDAREOSAirborne Reconnaissance Electro Optical SystemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDASARS1Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar SystemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDASARS2Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar SystemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDASTORAirborne Stand-Off Radar (ASTOR). For Astor ProgramApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDATFLIRAdvanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR). For all F/A-18 aircraft.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDBGRENAirborne Hyperspectral Spectrometer; 228 bands; LWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDBPEARLBlack Pearl - from Urban Robotics; Infrared focal planeApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDBUCKEYThe LiDAR sensor operating on the BuckEye imaging systemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA236Darkstar EOApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA260Electro-Optical Framing SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA261Electro-Optical Framing SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA265Electro-Optical Framing SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA270Electro-Optical Framing SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA279HHigh AltitudeApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA279MMedium AltitudeApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCA295Electro-Optical Framing SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCH1EOFor Constant HawkApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDCH96MPConstant Hawk 96 megapixel cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDD500Nikon D500Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDB110DB-110 Reconnaissance PodApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDLTVAlias for EO ZooApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDPY-1Lxyn Block 30 RadarApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDSS301Digital Sensor System model 301Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDSS322Digital Sensor System model 322Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDSS439Digital Sensor System 439Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDS-SARDarkstar RadarApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDYNMTIDynamite. Airborne MWIR; FLIR Systems SC8300 CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDDYNMTVDynamite. Airborne visible camera; Ikegami HDL-F30 with Fujinon XA88-12.5 BE SM LensApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDECMPSECOMPASS is an airborne hyperspectral spectrometer; 256 bands; V/NIR/SWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDEF350LEuroflir 350 L. EO/IR electro-optical gyrostabilized observation systemsApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDEF410Euroflir 410. EO/IR electro-optical gyrostabilized observation systemsApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDEO NosPredator EO Nose CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDEO SpoPredator EO Telephoto CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDEO ZooPredator EO Zoom CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDFOPFOPEN (Foliage Penetration Radar)Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDFSBS2This value is necessary to indicate imagery for the Fire Scout Brite Star II payloadApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2CMOSFor GORGON STARE increment 2, conforming to v3.0 of the GS NITF2.1 ICD, RGB Color fully formed image mosaics.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2CnrcFor GORGON STARE increment 2, conforming to v3.0 of the GS NITF2.1 ICD, RGB Color frame images, where n = 0 to 3, r = 0 to B (representing the value ‘11’), and c = 0 to 8; representing the indexing values of the individual camera, or camera/FSM field-position combination, being used to collect the image.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2EMOSFor GORGON STARE Increment 2 EO Mono fully formed image mosaics.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2EMyyFor GORGON STARE Increment 2 EO Mono fully-formable image mosaics, where yy = 00 to 99; representing the index number of the individual fully-formable image mosaic slice.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2EnrcFor GORGON STARE Increment 2 EO Mono frame images, where n = 0 to 3, r = 0 to B (representing the value ‘11’), and c = 0 to 8; representing the indexing values of the individual camera, or camera/FSM field-position combination, being used to collect the image.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2IMOSFor GORGON STARE Increment 2 IR fully formed image mosaics.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2IMzzFor GORGON STARE Increment 2 IR fully-formable image mosaics, where zz = 00 to 99; representing the index number of the individual fully-formable image mosaic slice.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDG2IuuvFor GORGON STARE Increment 2 IR frame images, where uu = 00 to 99 and v = 0 to 9; representing the indexing numbers of the individual camera, or camera/FSM field-position, being used to collect the image.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDGEOMOSFor GORGON STARE Increment 1 EO Pan mosaics.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDGEOxxxFor GORGON STARE Increment 1, where xxx = 000 to 999 for EO Pan; representing the index number of the individual camera being used to collect the image.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDGHRGlobal Hawk RadarApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDGIRMOSFor GORGON STARE Increment 1 IR mosaics.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDGIRyyzFor GORGON STARE Increment 1, where yy = 00 to 99 and z = 0 to 9, for IR; representing the index numbers of the camera and FSM field-position being used to collect the image.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDGR-M80Operationally Responsive Space-1 (ORS-1 is an Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) satellite providing imagery in support of USCENTCOM. The satellite payload is derived from the U-2 SYERS-2A sensor and will provide EO, IR and Multispectral imagery. The new sensor is called GR-M80. The system maximizes the use of existing airborne tasking, collection, processing, exploitation and dissemination (TCPED) systems, thereby minimizing the modifications required.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDHALOEHigh Altitude LiDAR Operations and Evaluation sensor system (formerly Multimode Laser ISR (MSLISR)). HALOE is a LiDAR-based high resolution, wide-area, 3D imaging system supporting DTED Level 6(+) geospatial data collection.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDHGSARHarfang SARApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDHSARNoneApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDHYCASAirborne Hyperspectral. The Air Force is currently developing and deploying HyCAS, a real-time hyperspectral sensor. This sensor is initially targeted at MQ-1 Predator. This sensor will generate multiple NITF products and need valid sensor ID fields for archival and searching.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDHYDICEHyperspectral Digital Imagery Collection ExperimentApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDIR AmbPredator IR CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDIR M50Predator IR M500 CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDIR M60Predator IR M600 CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDIRLSInfrared Line Scanner (ATARS)Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDJAUDITJungle Airborne Under Dense-vegetation Imaging Technology sensor system. JAUDIT is a linear-mode LiDAR system.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDJSE8CAJS for Joint STARS, E8C for platform, A for current hardware revisionApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDL101H2Hyperspectral sensor package for MQ-1/MQ-9Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDLAEOLow Altitude Electro-Optical (ATARS)Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDLIDARGeneric value used for early LiDAR collections. The value is deprecated for use with new LiDAR sensors. See additional registered values for specific LiDAR sensors (e.g. ALIRT, BUCKEY, JAUDIT...)Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDLiMITThe LiMIT sensor is part of the Paul Revere aircraft and produces SAR imagery.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDM1ImabThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique sensor identifiers for use with the ACFTB TRE field “SENSOR_ID”. We wish to register the values “P1Iuuv”, “O1Iuuv”, and “M1Imab”, which uniquely identify the type of product, (P for “Preprocessed”, O for “FPA Orthorectified”, and M for “Rectified Mosaic”), the Increment of the system (currently 1 for “Inc 1”), and the modality (I for “IR”), followed by a 3-character numeric code to identify the unique combination of camera and field-steerable mirror (FSM) position used to collect the image data (essentially uuv and mab can range from “000” to “999”). This paradigm parallels that used for the Gorgon Stare PS WAMI system in its format spec.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMAEOMedium Altitude Eletro-Optical Sensor (ATARS)Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMARSAirborne Hyperspectral - 321 bands; V/NIR/SWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMASIVSMulti-Aperture Sparse Imager Video System (MASIVS) is an 880 Megapixel, Color, Wide-Area EO SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMBSARMultiband SAR SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMFASMRMulti-Function Active Sensor (MFAS) Maritime Radar. This sensor is a 360 degree X-Band 2-dimensional Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar that supports both maritime and air/ground modes of operation.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMOSPHarfang EO/IR Zoom CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMPRTIPMulti-Platform Radar Technology Insertion Program 2D multi-mode radarApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMS-110MS-110 Multi-Spectral sensor VNIR/SWIR/MWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMS-177MS-177 Multi-Spectral EO/IR SensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMS177AMS-177A airborne multispectral sensor V/NIR/SWIR/MWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMS177BMS-177B airborne sensor collecting High Resolution Imagery (HRI) in MWIR regime and Hyperspectral Imagery (HSI) in V/NIR/SWIR regimeApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMSSL1Airborne Hyperspectral - V/NIR/SWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTNRMountaineer is an airborne hyperspectral spectrometer - 128 bands; LWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSADLRaytheon MTS - a daylight video frame cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSAIDRaytheon MTS - a fusion of digital infrared and daylight video frame camerasApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSAILRaytheon MTS - a fusion of digital infrared and lowlight video frame camerasApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSAIRRaytheon MTS - a digital infrared video frame cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSALLRaytheon MTS - a lowlight video frame cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSASIRaytheon MTS - a digital infrared video frame camera, short waveApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSCLIRaytheon MTS - a digital infrared video frame camera, long waveApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSCMIRaytheon MTS - a digital infrared video frame camera, medium waveApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSCSARaytheon MTS - a situational awareness lowlight video frame cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSCSSRaytheon MTS - a digital infrared video frame camera, short wave, situational awareness modeApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSCSTRaytheon MTS - a digital infrared video frame camera, short wave, tacticalApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMTSCVNRaytheon MTS - a digital video frame camera, very near infraredApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMX20ENL3 WESCAM MX-20 Electro-Optical daylight video frame camera, narrow field of viewApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMX20EWL3 WESCAM MX-20 Electro-Optical color daylight video frame camera, wide field of viewApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDMX20IRL3 WESCAM MX-20 digital infrared video frame cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDO1IuuvThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique sensor identifiers for use with the ACFTB TRE field “SENSOR_ID”. We wish to register the values “P1Iuuv”, “O1Iuuv”, and “M1Imab”, which uniquely identify the type of product, (P for “Preprocessed”, O for “FPA Orthorectified”, and M for “Rectified Mosaic”), the Increment of the system (currently 1 for “Inc 1”), and the modality (I for “IR”), followed by a 3-character numeric code to identify the unique combination of camera and field-steerable mirror (FSM) position used to collect the image data (essentially uuv and mab can range from “000” to “999”). This paradigm parallels that used for the Gorgon Stare PS WAMI system in its format spec.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDOBCOptical Bar CameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDOM_33Mirage F1CR, Omera 33 frame cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDOM_40Mirage F1CR, Omera 40 panoramic cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDOSPREYManufacturer: Leonardo, Model: Osprey, Type: Radar, More Information: https://www.leonardocompany.com/en/products/ospreyApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDP1IuuvThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique sensor identifiers for use with the ACFTB TRE field “SENSOR_ID”. We wish to register the values “P1Iuuv”, “O1Iuuv”, and “M1Imab”, which uniquely identify the type of product, (P for “Preprocessed”, O for “FPA Orthorectified”, and M for “Rectified Mosaic”), the Increment of the system (currently 1 for “Inc 1”), and the modality (I for “IR”), followed by a 3-character numeric code to identify the unique combination of camera and field-steerable mirror (FSM) position used to collect the image data (essentially uuv and mab can range from “000” to “999”). This paradigm parallels that used for the Gorgon Stare PS WAMI system in its format spec.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDPANOSPERWER front cameraApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDPEARLAirborne 3 band multi-spectral imager; R,G, B; Urban Robotics; CMOS focal plane; Model 1DS MKIIIApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDPICOSRManufacturer: Leonardo, Model: PicoSAR, Type: Radar, More Information: https://www.leonardocompany.com/en/products/picosary-1Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDPKSARPeace Krypton (PK) Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) sensor for the Peace Krypton systemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDPLHRIPan Line High Resolution imageryApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDPRESTOAirborne Stand-Off Reconnaissance PodApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDRADEOSRapid Deployment Electro-Optical SystemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDRDLKRed Lake is an airborne panchromatic sensor; Princeton Instruments; Model EP16000; 16 megapixelApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDRTNESSComprised of a Radar (SAR & MTI) and EO/IR Electro-Optical Receiver Unit (ERU)Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDS1S2SWAirborne HyperspectralApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDS3MWIRAirborne MWIR context imagerApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDS4LWIRAirborne Hyperspectral; 256 bands; LWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDS5SWIRAirborne Hyperspectral; 170 bands; NIR/SWIRApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSEASPRManufacturer: Leonardo, Model: Seaspray, Type: Radar, More Information: https://www.leonardocompany.com/en/products/seaspray-7500eApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSHARPSHAred Reconnaissance PodApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSPMWIRSpectral Infrared Remote Imaging Transition Testbed (SPIRITT) mid-wavelength infrared scanning sensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSPSWIRSpectral Infrared Remote Imaging Transition Testbed (SPIRITT) short-wavelength infrared scanning sensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSPVISSpectral Infrared Remote Imaging Transition Testbed (SPIRITT) visible wavelength scanning sensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSPVNIRSpectral Infrared Remote Imaging Transition Testbed (SPIRITT) visible near-infrared wavelength scanning sensorApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSYERSSenior Year Electro-optical Reconnaissance SystemApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDSYERS2For SYERS-2 and SYERS-2AApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDTARSARTARS SARApproved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDTMAEOTheater Airborne Reconnaissance Systems (TARS) Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDTRACERTactical Reconnaissance and Counter-Concealment Enabled Radar (TRACER), a lightweight, low-frequency synthetic-aperture radar (SAR), meets the challenges of seeing what was previously unseen by sensing with radio waves rather than light. This dual band (UHF/VHF) SAR can peer through foliage, rain, darkness, dust storms or atmospheric haze to provide real-time, high-quality tactical ground imagery, anytime it is needed, day or night. TRACER’s advanced penetrating SAR technology provides a unique ability to detect threats and illicit activities. Unlike most radars, TRACER uses low frequency radio waves in the UHF and VHF frequency ranges allowing detection through dense forest canopy and even below ground.Approved
ACFTBSENSOR_IDTSARTactical SAR on PredatorApproved
AIMIDBLOCATION<<Refer to description>>The Gorgon Stare Program needs to alter the definition of this field value slightly. The current definition for the LOCATION field defines the reference point t.Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_ADJUSTMENT_SURFACEAPERTURENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_ADJUSTMENT_SURFACEDETECTORNoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_ADJUSTMENT_SURFACEEARTH SURFACENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_ADJUSTMENT_SURFACEFOCAL PLANENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_ADJUSTMENT_SURFACETOP OF ATMOSPHERENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_ADJUSTMENT_SURFACEWITHIN ATMOSPHERENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYAPPARENT THERMAL INERTIANoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYEMISSIVITYNoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYEMITTANCENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYIRRADIANCENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYKINETIC TEMPERATURENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYRADIANCENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYRADIANT FLUXNoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYRADIANT TEMPERATURENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYRAWNoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYREFLECTANCENoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYTHERMAL INERTIANoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITYUNCALIBRATEDNoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITAIndicates that the unit of measure for pixels provided as the radiometric quantity “APPARENT THERMAL INERTIA” (ATI), using ATI definition #2, is K–1.Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITDPixels provided in units of digital numbers, i.e., positive integers that vary from zero (0) to one less than a selected power of 2. This range corresponds to the number of bits used for coding numbers in binary format. For example, if a sensor used 8 bits to record the data, there are 28 = 256 digital values available, ranging from 0 to 255. (Definition obtained from “Radiometric Resolution”, Natural Resource Canada, WWW URL http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/node/9379. Website last updated on 18 February 2016.) This RADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNIT value only applies when the RADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY value is “RAW” or “UNCALIBRATED”.Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITEIndicates that the unit of measure for pixels provided as the radiometric quantity “EMITTANCE” or “IRRADIANCE” is W m–2.Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITFWatts = J sec-1 , where J = JouleApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITIW m-2 sec-1/2 °K-1Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITKDegrees KelvinApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITLW m-2 sr-1Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITMW m-2 sr-1 μm-1 NOTE: "M" value listed for legacy systems only – not to be used when the BANDSB TRE is included in new datasets. Also see "X" below.Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITNNoneApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITPPercentageApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITSW m-2 sr-1 μm-1Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITUIndicates that the unit of measure for spectral radiance is µflicks , µW cm–2 sr–1 µm–1. This RADIOMETRIC QUANTITY UNIT applies when RADIOMETRIC QUANTITY = RADIANCE.Approved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITVVoltsApproved
BANDSBRADIOMETRIC_QUANTITY_UNITXIndicates that the unit of measure for pixels provided as the radiometric quantity spectral “EMITTANCE” or “IRRADIANCE” is W m–2 µm–1. NOTE: The “Spectral Emittance” unit of measure in previous versions of BANDSB, M = W m–2 sr–1 µm–1, is incorrect.Approved
BANDSBWAVE_LENGTH_UNITUmicrometersApproved
BANDSBWAVE_LENGTH_UNITWwavenumber, cm–1Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE07AMode 3 area, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE07LMode 3 LOC, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE0FGMode 0, ground planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE0FRMode 0, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE10SETP, scan, slantApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE14AMode 4 area, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE14LMode 4 LOC, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE1FGMode 1, ground planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE1FRMode 1, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE1SPETP, spotlight 1, slantApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE22FGMode 5, ground planApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE22FRMode 5, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE2FGMode 2, ground planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE2FRMode 2, slant planeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODE3SPETP, spotlight 3, slantApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP13Monopulse CalibrationApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP14Wide Area MTI (WAMTI)Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP15Coarse Resolution SearchApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP16Medium Resolution SearchApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP17High Resolution SearchApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP18Point ImagingApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP19Swath MTI (SMTI)Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAIP20Repetitive Point ImagingApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS201SearchApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS202Spot 3Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS204Spot 1Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS207Continuous Spot 3Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS208Continuous Spot 1Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS209EMTI Wide Frame Search<Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS210EMTI Narrow Frame SearchApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS211EMTI Augmented SpotApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS212EMTI Wide Area MTI (WAMTI)Approved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEAS213Monopulse CalibrationApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEGSHTier 2 + search modeApproved
CMETAA(600) RD_MODEGSPTier 2 + spot modeApproved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCE<<Refer to description>>Any combination of the following, separated by commas with no spacesApproved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCECAVISCloud, Aerosol, water Vapor, Ice, SnowApproved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEEOElectro-Optical Imagery. Electro-Optical sensing systems sense things a film camera cannot see by using a wider range of the electromagnetic spectrum.Approved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEEOVISVisible Imagery in the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to the human eye, usually between .4 and .7 micrometers; this type of imagery is usually captured via digital aerial photographs. Can be single band or multiband up to 99999 bands.Approved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEHSHyperspectral imagery. Imagery with narrow electro-optical (EO) spectral bandwidth and tens to hundreds of bands; compare/contrast with monochromatic, multispectral, and ultraspectral.Approved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEIRInfrared Imagery. A single band produced as a result of sensing electromagnetic radiation emitted or reflected from a given target surface in the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum (approximately 0.72 to 1,000 microns).Approved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCELWIRData from a system capable of detecting light in the longwave infrared (LWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The LWIR spectrum ranges from approximately 5.0 to 14.0 microns.Approved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEMSMultispectralApproved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEMWIRMidwave Infrared imagery. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the midwave infrared (MWIR) portion of the EO spectrum. The MWIR spectrum ranges from approximately 3.0 to 5.0 micro-meter.Approved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCENIRNear infrared imagery. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the near infrared (NIR) portion of the EO spectrum. The NIR spectrum ranges from approximately 0.7 and 1.1 micrometers.Approved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEPANPanchromaticApproved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCESWIRShort-Wave InfraredApproved
CSCCGACCG_SOURCEVNIRVisible to Near Infrared. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the visible-to-near-infrared portion of the EO spectrum, from approximately 0.4 to 1.1 microns.Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSOREOElectro-Optical Imagery. Electro-Optical sensing systems sense things a film camera cannot see by using a wider range of the electromagnetic spectrum.Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSOREOVISVisible Imagery in the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to the human eye, usually between .4 and .7 micrometers; this type of imagery is usually captured via digital aerial photographs. Can be single band or multiband up to 99999 bands.Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORHSHyperspectral imagery. Imagery with narrow electro-optical (EO) spectral bandwidth and tens to hundreds of bands; compare/contrast with monochromatic, multispectral, and ultraspectral.Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORIRInfrared Imagery. A single band produced as a result of sensing electromagnetic radiation emitted or reflected from a given target surface in the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum (approximately 0.72 to 1,000 microns).Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORLWIRData from a system capable of detecting light in the longwave infrared (LWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The LWIR spectrum ranges from approximately 5.0 to 14.0 microns.Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORMSMultispectralApproved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORMWIRMidwave Infrared imagery. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the midwave infrared (MWIR) portion of the EO spectrum. The MWIR spectrum ranges from approximately 3.0 to 5.0 µm.Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORNIRNear infrared imagery. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the near infrared (NIR) portion of the EO spectrum. The NIR spectrum ranges from approximately 0.7 and 1.1 µm.Approved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORPANPanchromaticApproved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORSWIRShort-Wave InfraredApproved
CSCCGAREG_SENSORVNIRVisible to Near Infrared. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the visible-to-near-infrared portion of the EO spectrum, from approximately 0.4 to 1.1 microns.Approved
CSCSDBDC_TYPE0A posteriori adjustments and covariance as outlined in the sections of the CSCSDB DES), 1 to 9 (reserved), or see NTB RegistryApproved
CSCSDBDC_TYPE1-9(Reserved)Approved
CSCSDBPOST_PF_SPDCF_ SENSOR<<No field values registered.>>(from related CSEXRB:SENSOR_ID) 
CSCSDBPOST_PF_SPDCF_ SENSORALLAll sensor pairingsApproved
CSDIDAPASS00The pass number is not applicable (e.g. a geosynchronous sensor) is not available, or is greater than 99.Approved
CSDIDAPASS01 - 09The Project 93 WAMI system has defined a mapping of standard airborne flight numbers (as recorded in the AIMIDB TRE “FLIGHT_NO” field) to unique two-digit numeric codes used in the CSDIDA TRE field “PASS”. We wish to register this numeric mapping for the population of the CSDIDA “PASS” field so that end users can know how to interpret these values in the context of an airborne collection asset (as opposed to a commercial satellite system).Approved
CSDIDAPASS01 - 99Identifies each pass or flight per dayApproved
CSDIDAPASS11 - 19The Project 93 WAMI system has defined a mapping of standard airborne flight numbers (as recorded in the AIMIDB TRE “FLIGHT_NO” field) to unique two-digit numeric codes used in the CSDIDA TRE field “PASS”. We wish to register this numeric mapping for the population of the CSDIDA “PASS” field so that end users can know how to interpret these values in the context of an airborne collection asset (as opposed to a commercial satellite system).Approved
CSDIDAPASS21 - 29The Project 93 WAMI system has defined a mapping of standard airborne flight numbers (as recorded in the AIMIDB TRE “FLIGHT_NO” field) to unique two-digit numeric codes used in the CSDIDA TRE field “PASS”. We wish to register this numeric mapping for the population of the CSDIDA “PASS” field so that end users can know how to interpret these values in the context of an airborne collection asset (as opposed to a commercial satellite system).Approved
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODE9IThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique platform identifier code for use with the CSDIDA TRE field “PLATFORM_CODE”. We wish to register the value, “9I”, which uniquely identifies the Project 93 imaging platform. The format of the platform value matches the 2-character PROGRAM_CODE field from the Tactical Image ID (TII) used by the Project 93 system (in this case “9I”, for Project 93 IR).Approved
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEDCDove Classic (satellite platform code) – usually combined with applicable vehicle ID (e.g., DC01)Pending
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEDRDove-R (satellite platform code) – usually combined with applicable vehicle ID (e.g., DR01)Pending
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEDSSuper Dove (satellite platform code) – usually combined with applicable vehicle ID (e.g., DS01)Pending
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEGEGeoEyeApproved
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEGLBlackSky Global (satellite platform code) – usually combined with applicable vehicle ID (e.g., GL01)Approved
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEIKIKONOS "nn" = 00 - 99Approved
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODELGLegion (satellite platform code) – usually combined with applicable vehicle ID (e.g., LG01)Pending
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEOVOrbView, where "n" = any single digit or alphabetic character (0-9, A-Z)Approved
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEQBQuickBirdApproved
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODESKSkySat (satellite platform code) – usually combined with applicable vehicle ID (e.g., SK01Pending
CSDIDAPLATFORM_CODEWVWorldViewApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDG1Geo-referenced - PanchromaticApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDG2Geo-referenced - MultispectralApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDG3Geo-referenced - Pan-sharpenedApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDG4Geo-referenced - HyperspectralApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDG5The Project 93 WAMI system wishes to register three new two-character codes, “P5”, “R5” and “G5”, for the CSDIDA TRE field “PRODUCT_ID”. This would augment the values already assigned in the NCDRD to allow for support for a single-band IR collector. I am attaching a table similar to that in the NCDRD to illustrate the nature of the registration.Approved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDM1Orthomosaicked - PanchromaticPending
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDM2Orthomosaicked - MultispectralPending
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDM3Orthomosaicked - Pan-sharpenedPending
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDP1Pre-processed - PanchromaticApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDP2Pre-processed - MultispectralApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDP3Pre-processed - Pan-sharpenedApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDP4Pre-processed - HyperspectralApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDP5The Project 93 WAMI system wishes to register three new two-character codes, “P5”, “R5” and “G5”, for the CSDIDA TRE field “PRODUCT_ID”. This would augment the values already assigned in the NCDRD to allow for support for a single-band IR collector. I am attaching a table similar to that in the NCDRD to illustrate the nature of the registration.Approved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDR1Ortho-rectified - PanchromaticApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDR2Ortho-rectified - MultispectralApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDR3Ortho-rectified - Pan-sharpenedApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDR4Ortho-rectified - HyperspectralApproved
CSDIDAPRODUCT_IDR5The Project 93 WAMI system wishes to register three new two-character codes, “P5”, “R5” and “G5”, for the CSDIDA TRE field “PRODUCT_ID”. This would augment the values already assigned in the NCDRD to allow for support for a single-band IR collector. I am attaching a table similar to that in the NCDRD to illustrate the nature of the registration.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDAAPanchromatic onlyApproved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDCACAVISApproved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDEOElectro-Optical Imagery: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the electro-optical (EO) portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. The EO spectrum spans the ultraviolet through the infrared portions of the electromagnetic spectrum, with a wavelength range from approximately 0.001 to 1,000 microns. Note: This SENSOR_ID value shall only be used when a more specific SENSOR_ID value is not applicable. This occurs when an image spans more than one regime of the EO spectrum, such as a multispectral cube spanning from visible through shortwave infrared wavelengths. Note: This SENSOR_ID value shall only be used when a more specific SENSOR_ID value is not applicable. This occurs when an image spans more than one regime of the EO spectrum, such as a multispectral cube spanning from visible through shortwave infrared wavelengths.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDGAmultispectral and pan-sharpened onlyApproved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDHOHyperspectral OnlyApproved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDHPHyperspectral plus one or more other EO image segments, such as pan and/or MS Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDIRInfrared Imagery: A single band of data from a system capable of detecting light in the infrared portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the IR spectrum is approximately 0.72 to 1,000 microns. Note: This SENSOR_ID value shall only be used when a more specific SENSOR_ID value is not applicable. This occurs when an image spans more than one regime of the IR spectrum, such as a multispectral cube spanning from shortwave through midwave infrared wavelengths. Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDLWLongwave infrared imagery: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the longwave infrared (LWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the LWIR spectrum is approximately 5.0 to 14.0 microns.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDMWMidwave Infrared imagery: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the midwave infrared (MWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the MWIR spectrum is approximately 3.0 to 5.0 microns.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDNApanchromatic & multispectral togetherApproved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDNRNear infrared imagery: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the near infrared (NIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the NIR spectrum is approximately 0.7 to 1.1 microns.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDNRNear infrared imagery: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the near infrared (NIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the NIR spectrum is approximately 0.7 to 1.1 microns.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDSWShortwave Infrared imagery: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the shortwave infrared (SWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the SWIR spectrum is approximately 1.1 to 3.0 microns.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDUVVisible to Near Infrared: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the visible-to-near-infrared (VNIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the VNIR spectrum is approximately 0.4 to 1.1 microns.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDVNVisible to Near Infrared: Data from a system capable of detecting light in the visible-to-near-infrared (VNIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The wavelength range of the VNIR spectrum is approximately 0.4 to 1.1 microns.Approved
CSDIDASENSOR_IDVSElectro-Optical Visible Spectrum Imagery: Data from a system capable of detecting light in portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum that is visible to the human eye. The wavelength range of the visible spectrum is approximately 0.4 to 0.7 microns.Approved
CSEXRASENSORCAVISCloud, Aerosol, water Vapor, Ice, SnowApproved
CSEXRASENSORMSMultispectralApproved
CSEXRASENSORPANPanchromaticApproved
CSEXRASENSORSWIRShort-wave InfraredApproved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEAlbedoIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the albedo of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEAreaIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the area (length × width) of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMECE90 DesiredThe desired circular error, 90% probability (CE90) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMECE90 RequiredThe maximum CE90 value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMECoverage DesiredThe desired coverage value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMECoverage RequiredThe minimum coverage value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMECustody DesiredThe desired custody value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMECustody RequiredThe minimum custody value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEEmissivityIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the emissivity of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEEmittanceIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the emittance of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEEquipment CodeThe equipment code associated with the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEExposure AdjustmentThe factor by which the exposure of imaging operation was adjusted to optimize the illumination of the primary target at the potential expense of other areas in the collected imagery. For example, the image was over-exposed to make details in dark areas more visible at the risk of saturating brighter portions of the scene. The exposure adjustment factor (EAF) is applied by multiplying the total scene illumination (TSI) that is appropriate for the radiance of the entire scene by 2 -EAF. Thus, by way of example, a value of 0 corresponds to normal illumination, +1 corresponds to a halving of the TSI and -1 corresponds to a doubling of the TSI.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEGRD DesiredThe desired Ground Resolution (or Resolvable) Distance (GRD) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEGRD RequiredThe maximum GRD value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEGSD DesiredThe desired Ground Sample Distance (GSD) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEGSD RequiredThe maximum GSD value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEHeightIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the height of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEIrradianceIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the irradiance of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEKinetic TemperatureIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the kinetic temperature of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMELamp PowerIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the lamp power of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMELE90 DesiredThe desired linear error, 90% probability (LE90) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMELE90 RequiredThe maximum LE90 value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMELengthIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the length of the search object. If the object is moving, length is assumed to be the horizontal dimension in the direction of travel. If the object is stationary, length is assumed to be the longer of the horizontal dimensions.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMENIIRS DesiredThe desired National Imagery Interpretability Rating Scale (NIIRS) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMENIIRS RequiredThe minimum NIIRS value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEObject IDIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the unique identifier assigned to the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEObject NameIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the human-readable name assigned to the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEPd DesiredThe desired Probability of Detection (Pd) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEPd RequiredThe minimum Pd rate allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEPf DesiredThe desired Probability of False Alarm (Pf) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEPf RequiredThe maximum Pf rate allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMERadianceIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the radiance of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMERadiant FluxIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the radiant flux of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMERadiant IntensityIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the radiant intensity of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMERadiant TemperatureIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the radiant temperature of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEReflectanceIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the reflectance of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESmearThe maximum smear allowed during the imagery collection.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESNR DesiredThe desired Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESNR RequiredThe minimum SNR value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESpectral EmittanceIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the spectral emittance of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESpectral IrradianceIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the spectral irradiance of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESpectral RadianceIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the spectral radiance of the surface of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESpeedIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the speed of the search object.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESR DesiredThe desired Slant Range (SR) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMESR RequiredThe maximum SR value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEVNIIRS DesiredThe desired Video National Imagery Interpretability Rating Scale (VNIIRS) value for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEVNIIRS RequiredThe minimum VNIIRS value allowed that will satisfy the requirement for the tasked imagery collection of the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_CRITERIA_NAMEWidthIf the image was collected for the purpose of searching for objects matching specific criteria, the width of the search object. If the object is moving, width is assumed to be the horizontal dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel. If the object is stationary, width is assumed to be the shorter of the horizontal dimensions.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_STRATCommon CountdownThe Common Countdown strategy requires imagery of the target from any of two or more sensors to satisfy the collection requirement. The requirement is satisfied once the target has been successfully imaged by any of the sensors.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_STRATSensor PreferredThe Sensor Preferred strategy requires imagery of the target from any of two or more sensors, specified in an order of preference, to satisfy the collection requirement. If the target is not successfully imaged by the preferred sensor within a defined period of time then imagery from the non-preferred sensor(s) may be used to satisfy the collection requirement.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_STRATSensor UniqueThe Sensor Unique strategy requires imagery of the target from a specific sensor. The requirement is satisfied once the target has been successfully imaged by that specific sensor.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_STRATTime CoincidentThe Time Coincident strategy requires multiple images of the same target from any of two or more sensors within a specified time interval. The requirement is satisfied once the target has been successfully imaged the requisite number of times within the specified time interval, regardless of which sensor(s) collected the images.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_STRATVehicle CoincidentThe Vehicle Coincident strategy requires multiple images of the same target from a specific sensor within a specified time interval. The requirement is satisfied once the target has been successfully imaged the requisite number of times within the specified time interval by that specific sensor.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPEATCCollection tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the maintenance of custody of a specific moving object or target, accepting a possible reduction in the literal image quality of the scene as a whole.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPEFATCollection tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the coverage of a given target area, and the detection and tracking of objects of interest within that area. This collection mode may result in a reduction of the literal image quality of the scene as a whole.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPEIMGCollection of a single image tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the literal image quality of the primary target in the acquired imagery.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPELICCollection tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the detection of lights, accepting a possible reduction in the literal image quality of the scene as a whole.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPEMICCollection tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the detection of motion, accepting a possible reduction in the literal image quality of the scene as a whole.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPEMLCCollection of multiple images with geometric separation constraints between each image over a relatively short time span. The images are tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the literal image quality of the primary target in the acquired imagery.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPESCICollection tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the detection of changes within the target area over a specific time interval. This collection mode requires the use of similar collection geometries for all associated images and may result in a reduction of the literal image quality of the scene as a whole.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPESDCCollection tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the detection of ships in open water, accepting a possible reduction in the literal image quality of the scene as a whole.Approved
CSEXRBCOLLECT_TYPETSCCollection of multiple images at a desired frequency over a relatively short time span, and which are tasked with the sensor configured to optimize the literal image quality of the primary target in the acquired imagery.Approved
CSEXRBPAYLOAD_ID<<No field values registered.>>  
CSEXRBPLATFORM_ID<<No field values registered.>>  
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMECE90An objective measure of the two-dimensional statistical region representing the probable horizontal accuracy of a geospatial point with 90% confidence.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMECloud CoverAn objective measure that reports the percentage of pixels that are determined to be cloud covered. This quality metric is intended to be used for the reporting of predicted or tasked values. The CLOUD_COVER field shall be the primary means of reporting measured cloud coverage values; if a measured cloud cover percentage is reported as a quality metric the value shall be identical to the CLOUD_COVER field’s value.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMECoverageAn objective measure that compares the length of a detected track to the length an object was observed to move.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMECustodyAn objective measure of the time that it takes for objects to travel until half of those objects are no longer correlated with the tracks that they initially started with.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEEffect. Integration TimeAn objective measure of the effective interval of time during which image data were sensed by the readout electronics based on the use of all image data that contributed to resultant image or data. UoM: seconds.Pending
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEGRDAn objective measure of spatial resolution that reports the distance at which it is possible to distinguish between two closely placed point sources in the 3-dimensional physical space using the geometry of the image collection.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEGSDAn objective measure that reports the center-to-center distance between two adjacent pixels when projected into the 3-dimensional physical space using the geometry of the image collection.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEInvalid DataA Boolean flag used to indicate that the raw image data are not able to be used for the intended downstream processing.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMELE90An objective measure of the one-dimensional statistical region representing the probable vertical accuracy of a geospatial point with 90% confidence.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEMissing CollectionA Boolean flag used to indicate whether a problem prevented the data processing system from receiving the tasked image acquired by the sensor. Data consumers should not assume that data were lost at any specific point within the data flow (e.g., the data may not have been successfully transmitted from the sensor to the receiving/processing system; or, the data may have been successfully received and processed into a formatted image, but the transmission of that formatted image to a subsequent image analysis system may have failed.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMENIIRSA subjective spatial utility scale applicable to all sensor phenomenologies that establishes a measure of the visual interpretability of a geospatial product. Data providers shall ensure that values conform to the latest version of NGA.STND.0040.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEPdA statistical measurement of the likelihood of detecting an object of known size using the geometry of the image collection.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEPfA statistical measurement of the likelihood of incorrectly reporting the presence of an object of known size using the geometry of the image collection.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMESaturationAn objective measure that reports the percentage of pixels that are determined to be saturated.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMESNRAn objective measure that compares the level of the desired signal to the level of the background (i.e., undesired) noise.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMESRAn objective measurement of the distance along a vector from the imaging sensor to the primary target.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEUnprocessableA Boolean flag used to indicate that the image processing system was unable to produce the intended product or output from the provided valid input data.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_NAMEVNIIRSA subjective quality scale for rating the intelligence value of airborne motion imagery in the visible spectrum. VNIIRS is designed to account for differences in resolution, sampling rate (frame rate), scene complexity, and human activity or behavior. Data providers shall ensure that values conform to the latest version of MISB ST 0901.Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_UNIT"True" or "False"N/A (unitless)Approved
CSEXRBQUALITY_METRIC_UNIT0 to 100%PercentApproved
CSEXRBSENSOR_ID<<No field values registered.>>  
CSEXRBTGT_TYPAreaArea TargetApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPBASBroad Area SearchApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPDSADirected Search AreaApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPGPGGeoDef (i.e., Geographic Definition) Polygon Approved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPGPLGeoDef PolylineApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPGPTGeoDef Point TargetApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPLOCLine of CommunicationApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPMMono RectangleApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPMovingBasic Encyclopedia (BE) Point TargetApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPPointBasic Encyclopedia (BE) Point TargetApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPRStereo RectangleApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPSpaceSpace ObjectApproved
CSEXRBTGT_TYPStripStrip TargetApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUAampereApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUad"ad", with the first letter “a” indicating an angle and the second letter “d” indicating degrees of arc as the unit of measure.Approved
ENGRDAENGDATUar"ar", with the first letter “a” indicating an angle and the second letter “r” indicating radians as the unit of measure.Approved
ENGRDAENGDATUftfeetApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUininchesApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUkmkilometersApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUktnkotsApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUmmetersApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUmAmilliampereApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUmi milesApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUmmmillimetersApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUNA Not ApplicableApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUnmnautical milesApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUs"s" to mean "seconds of time"Approved
ENGRDAENGDATUtCtemperature CelsiusApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUtFtemperature FahrenheitApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUtKtemperature KelvinApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUuAmicroampereApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUUDUndefinedApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUVaVoltage ACApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUVdVoltage DCApproved
ENGRDAENGDATUvm"vm", with the first letter “v” indicating "velocity" and the second letter “m” indicating velocity in units of meters per second.Approved
ENGRDAENGDATUvr"vr", with the first letter “v” indicating "velocity" and the second letter “r” indicating an angular velocity in units of radians per second.Approved
EXPLTBMODE011PKSAR: SwathApproved
EXPLTBMODE012PKSAR: Swath CalibrationApproved
EXPLTBMODE01GSHARP/TARSAR: High Resolution Spotlight Ground PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE01SSHARP/TARSAR: High Resolution Spotlight Slant PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE020PKSAR: SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODE022PKSAR: Spot CalibrationApproved
EXPLTBMODE02GSHARP/TARSAR: Medium Resolution Spotlight Ground PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE02SSHARP/TARSAR: Medium Resolution Spotlight Slant PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE030PKSAR: High Resolution SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODE032PKSAR: High Resolution Spot CalibrationApproved
EXPLTBMODE03GSHARP/TARSAR: Medium Resolution Stripmap Ground PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE03SSHARP/TARSAR: Medium Resolution Stripmap Slant PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE04GSHARP/TARSAR: Low Resolution Stripmap Ground PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE04SSHARP/TARSAR: Low Resolution Stripmap Slant PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE05GSHARP/TARSAR: MTI Ground PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE05SSHARP/TARSAR: MTI Slant PlaneApproved
EXPLTBMODE3GPAPG-73: Ground Spot ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODE3SPAPG-73: Slant Plane SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODEAESASTOR: Enhances Spot ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODEAS1ASTOR: Swath 1 ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODEAS2ASTOR: Swath 2 ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODEASPASTOR: Spot ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODEG23RTNESS: SAR Polar Format Spot (G-Ground Plane, 2-Taylor Weighting, 3-Log Magnitude) For SAR products with CMETAAApproved
EXPLTBMODEGMTGlobal Hawk: Moving Target ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODEGSHGlobal Hawk: Search ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODEGSPGlobal Hawk: Spot ModeApproved
EXPLTBMODELBMDPY-1: BrickmapApproved
EXPLTBMODELDSDPY-1: Dwell SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODELGADPY-1: GMTI ArcApproved
EXPLTBMODELGSDPY-1: Geo StripApproved
EXPLTBMODELGSDPY-1: GMTI SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODELHADPY-1: GMTI HRR ArcApproved
EXPLTBMODELHSDPY-1: GMTI HRR SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODELRDDPY-1: Radar Triggered Dwell SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODELRSDPY-1: Route StripApproved
EXPLTBMODELRTDPY-1: Radar Triggered SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODELRZDPY-1: Radar Triggered Zoom SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODELSSDPY-1: Single SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODELTSDPY-1: Transit StripApproved
EXPLTBMODELZSDPY-1: Zoom SpotApproved
EXPLTBMODEnnnMP-RTIP: Each instance of the EXPLTB: MODE field consists of three characters (BCS-A) that identify specific information about the collection mode and processing parameters used to formulate the image data. Each character value is chosen from the following registered code lists: Character 1: Imaging Plane: S = Slant Plane G = Ground Plane Character 2: Type of Aperture Weighting Applied to Data: 0 = Unweighted, Uniform 1 = Spatially Variant Apodization 2 = Taylor Weighting Character 3: Type of Magnitude Scaling Applied to Pixel Component Values 0 = Scaling 1 = Linear Magnitude 2 = Linear Power 3 = Log Magnitude 4 = Low Power 5 = Lin-Log Magnitude 6 = Piecewise Extended Density Function 7 = Soft Copy RemappedApproved
EXPLTBMODES05RTNESS: Spot, Coarse Resolution Search, Medium Resolution Search, Fine Resolution Search (complex) (S-Slant Plane, 0-Unweighted, 5-Lin-Log Magnitude) For SAR products with CMETAAApproved
EXPLTBMODES13RTNESS: Spot, Coarse Resolution Search, Medium Resolution Search, Fine Resolution Search (Detected) (S-Slant Plane, 1-Spatially Variant Apodization, 3-Log Magnitude) For SAR products with CMETAAApproved
EXPLTBMODEyySAIP/ASARS: For Search mode imagery, the first two characters "yy" represent the nominal impulse response, in feed and the third character is "S". For Spot Imagery, the first character "x" indicates the collection mode: Character 1: Collection Mode 1 = SPOT 1 Mode 2 = Point Imaging 3 = SPOT 3 Mode 4 = Repetitive Point Imaging Mode Characters 2 and 3: Processing (sampling) Mode SP = Slant Plane GP = Ground Plane ES = Enhanced Spot PR = PreviewApproved
File HeaderOSTAIDGSGSFor datasets produced at the Gorgon Stare Ground StationApproved
File HeaderOSTAIDGSPLATFORMFor datasets produced onboard the airborne platformApproved
HISTOASYSTYPE<<Refer to description>>Refer to ACFTB: SENSOR_ID for additional Sensor IDs.Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEGEnn GeoEye ("nn" = 01 - 99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEGEnnAAGeoEye PAN, ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEGEnnGAGeoEye MS, ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEGLxxGlobal, where "xx" = 01-99 BlackSky satellite numberApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEGLxxNAAA = Platform Code (“GL”), NN = Vehicle Number (“01”, “02”, etc.), SS = SENSOR_ID from CSDIDA TRE (“NA”)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEGORGON STARE(with a blank space between words) For increment 1 systems; no distinction between EO Pan and IR modalitiesApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEGORGON_STARE_INC2 For increment 2 systems; no distinction between EO Mono and IR modalitiesApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEGS_INC3_IR For increment 2 systems conforming to version 03.00 of the GS NITF ICD using the IR collection modalityApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEGS_INC3_MONO For increment 2 systems conforming to version 03.00 of the GS NITF ICD using the EO Mono collection modalityApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEGS_INC3_RGB For increment 2 systems conforming to version 03.00 of the GS NITF ICD using the RGB collection modalityApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEMULTIPLE_EOUsed for a product created from multiple EO sourcesApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEMULTIPLE_MSUsed for a product created from multiple MS sourcesApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEMULTIPLE_SARUsed for a product created from multiple SAR sourcesApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEOPEN_SKIESIndicates the sensor which took the image was part of the Open Skies TreatyApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEOVnnOrbView ("nn" = 01 - 99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEOVnnAAOrbView PAN. ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEOVnnGAOrbView MS. ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEQBnnQuickBird ("nn" = 00 - 99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEQBnnAAQuickBird PAN. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEQBnnGAQuickBird MS. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPESIR-CSpaceborne Imaging Radar - CApproved
HISTOASYSTYPESYERS-EOSYERS Electro-optical SystemApproved
HISTOASYSTYPESYERS-IRSYERS Infrared SystemApproved
HISTOASYSTYPESYERS-MSISYERS Multispectral SystemApproved
HISTOASYSTYPEWVnnWorldView ("nn" = 00 - 99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEWVnnAAWorldView PAN. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEWVnnCAWorldView CAVIS. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEWVnnGAWorldView MS. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
HISTOASYSTYPEWVnnSWWorldView SWIR. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
ILLUMBOTHER_NAMEAURORANatural light source besides the Sun and the Moon.Approved
ILLUMBOTHER_NAMEEARTHSHINESunlight reflected from the Earth’s surface, i.e., earthshine.Pending
ILLUMBOTHER_NAMEVENUSNatural light source besides the Sun and the Moon.Approved
ILLUMBRAD_QUANTITYEMITTANCEEmittanceApproved
ILLUMBRAD_QUANTITYIRRADIANCEIrradianceApproved
ILLUMBRAD_QUANTITYRADIANCERadianceApproved
ILLUMBRAD_QUANTITYRADIANT_FLUXRadiant FluxApproved
ILLUMBRAD_QUANTITYSPECTRAL_EMITTANCESpectral EmittanceApproved
ILLUMBRAD_QUANTITYSPECTRAL_RADIANCESpectral RadianceApproved
ILLUMBRADQ_UNITW/(m m sr μm)Spectral Radiance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2 sr–1 μm–1)Approved
ILLUMBRADQ_UNITW/(m m sr)Radiance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2 sr–1)Approved
ILLUMBRADQ_UNITW/(m m μm)Spectral Emittance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2 μm–1)Approved
ILLUMBRADQ_UNITW/(m m)Emittance Irradiance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2)Approved
ILLUMBRADQ_UNITwattsRadiant Flux. (Unit of Measure: watts)Approved
ILLUMBTARGET_HGTn0 to 99999999999999 or BCS SpacesTarget Height. This field contains the height of the target, in meters, above the vertical datum defined by the VERTICAL_DATUM_REF and VERTICAL_REF_CODE fields for the nth illumination set. (remains unchanged)Pending
Image SubheaderICATBAROBarometric PressureApproved
Image SubheaderICATBPBlack/White Frame Photography. The film or imagery produced by a black/white camera to produce planimetric and topographic maps of the earth's surface; includes surveying cameras, hand-held cameras, and most reconnaissance cameras.Approved
Image SubheaderICATCATComputerized Axial Tomography Scan. Cat Scans represent specialized x-rays of cross-sectional images from within the body; used for medical diagnosis.Approved
Image SubheaderICATCAVISCloud, Aerosol, Water Vapor, Ice, Snow. Data from a system capable of monitoring the atmosphere and provide correction data through Cloud, Aerosol, Water Vapor, Ice, Snow (CAVIS) or other obscurants. The CAVIS spectrum is approximately 30 meters resolution. Approved
Image SubheaderICATCCDCoherent Change Detection. A technique reveals changes (tire tracks, tank tracks, mine or barrier emplacement, etc.) in coherent synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images that are taken from approximately the same geometry collected at two different times.Approved
Image SubheaderICATCLOUDCLOUD. Meteorological data (coverage, type, density, etc.) of clouds.Approved
Image SubheaderICATCPColor Frame Photography. The film or imagery produced by a color camera to produce planimetric and topographic maps of the earth's surface; includes surveying cameras, hand-held cameras, and most reconnaissance cameras. Approved
Image SubheaderICATCURRENTWater Current. None.Approved
Image SubheaderICATDEDDigital Elevation Data. Digital elevation Model/data consists of a raster grid of regularly spaced elevation values that have been primarily derived from the USGS topographic map series. Approved
Image SubheaderICATDEPTHWater Depth. None.Approved
Image SubheaderICATDTEMElevation Model. Digital elevation model/data consists of a raster grid of regularly spaced elevation values that have been primarily derived from the USGS topographic map series. Approved
Image SubheaderICATDTVDaylight Television. The term 'Daylight Television' is operationally used to denote data from an optical source providing real-time monitoring via motion imagery. DTV refers to a daytime-only optical source as opposed to Low-Light Level TV (LLLTV) or Infrared Full Motion Video. When used as an ICAT value within NITF/NSIF, the code categorizes still imagery frames captured from a real-time feed or archived video. Approved
Image SubheaderICATEOElectro-Optical. Electro-Optical sensing systems sense things a film camera cannot see by using a wider range of the electromagnetic spectrum. Approved
Image SubheaderICATEOVISVisible Imagery in the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to the human eye, usually between .4 and .7 micrometers; this type of imagery is usually captured via digital aerial photographs. Can be single band or multiband up to 99999 bands.Approved
Image SubheaderICATFLForward Looking Infrared. Forward Looking Infrared is an airborne, electro-optical thermal imaging device that detects far-infrared energy, converts the energy into an electronica signal, and provides a visible imager for day or night viewing. Approved
Image SubheaderICATFPFingerprints. Fingerprints used for identification which represent the markings on the inner surface of the fingertip, particularly when made with ink. Approved
Image SubheaderICATHRHigh Resolution Radar. High Resolution Radar which has been attenuated to take advantage of maximum pulse length and antenna beamwidth. Approved
Image SubheaderICATHSHyperspectral. Hyperspectral imagery or imagery with narrow bandwidth and hundreds of bands; compare/contrast with monochromatic, multispectral, and ultraspectral. Approved
Image SubheaderICATIMGSTATSImage Statistics: Per-pixel statistical metrics of the associated imageApproved
Image SubheaderICATIRInfrared. That imagery produced as a result of sensing electromagnetical radiation emitted or reflected from a given target surface in the infrared position of the electromagnetic spectrum (approximately 0.72 to 1,000 microns).Approved
Image SubheaderICATISARInverse Synthetic Aperture Radar. A category of radar-derived imagery where the movement of the target rather than the emitter is used to create the synthetic aperture. Approved
Image SubheaderICATLEGLegends. Textual data that provides reference amplification for images.Approved
Image SubheaderICATLOCGLocation Grid. Geolocation of an image within a frame.Approved
Image SubheaderICATLWIRLongwave Infrared. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the longwave infrared (LWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The LWIR spectrum ranges from approximately 5.0 to 14.0 microns.Approved
Image SubheaderICATMAPRaster Map. Raster Maps result from the numerical process that scans contiguous pixel values to produce an image representation. Approved
Image SubheaderICATMATRMatrix Data. Geometric data other than terrain and elevation.Approved
Image SubheaderICATMEASQUALMeasurement Quality: Per-pixel metadata describing the quality of the associated imageApproved
Image SubheaderICATMRIMagnetic Resonance Imagery. Magnetic Resonance Imagery is imagery formed from the response of electrons, atoms, molecules, or nuclei to discrete radiation frequencies.Approved
Image SubheaderICATMSMultispectral. Multispectral imagery or imagery from an object obtained simultaneously in a number of discrete spectral bands. Approved
Image SubheaderICATMWIRMidwave Infrared. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the midwave infrared (MWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The MWIR spectrum ranges from approximately 3.0 to 5.0 microns. Approved
Image SubheaderICATNIRNear-Infrared. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the near-infrared (NIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The NIR spectrum ranges from approximately 0.7 to 1.1 microns.Approved
Image SubheaderICATOPOptical. Optical imagery is captured using the principle of a focal plane intersecting an optical axis in a film camera. Approved
Image SubheaderICATPANPanchromatic. A panchromatic image is acquired with a sensor that is sensitive to all or most of the visible spectrum. It is normally shown in black and white. Approved
Image SubheaderICATPATColor Patch. Color Patch usually accompanied with a Look-up-Table (LUT) to equate colors to an image.Approved
Image SubheaderICATPIXQUALPixel Quality Image Segment. The Pixel Quality image Segment (PQS) contains pixel values that indicate the quality of the pixel values in one or more associated Image Segments (IS). The PQS and its associated IS(s) are linked via the IDLVL field in the IS(s).Approved
Image SubheaderICATPXMETRICMiscellaneous Metrics: Per-pixel metrics that do not fit in any other metric categoryApproved
Image SubheaderICATRDRadar. Radar or Radio Detection and Ranging is imagery produced by recording radar waves reflected from a given target surface. Approved
Image SubheaderICATSARSynthetic Aperture Radar. Synthetic Aperture Radar is radar which overcomes image resolution deficiencies by using a short physical antenna to synthesize the effect of a very large antenna giving increased beamwidth. Approved
Image SubheaderICATSARIQSynthetic Aperture Radar Radio Hologram. Radio hologram (initial phase information) from a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) with 13,000 elements/slant range. Approved
Image SubheaderICATSLSide Looking Radar. Side-Looking Radar represents An airborne radar, viewing at right angles to the axis of the vehicle, which produces a presentation of terrain or moving targets. Approved
Image SubheaderICATSPECTRADSpectroradiometry: Per-pixel metadata describing spectral and/or radiometric characteristics of the associated imageApproved
Image SubheaderICATSWIRShortwave Infrared. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the shortwave infrared (SWIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The SWIR spectrum ranges from approximately 1.1 to 3.0 microns. Approved
Image SubheaderICATTIThermal Infrared. Thermal Infrared is imagery produced by sensing and recording the thermal energy emitted or reflected from the objects which are imaged. Approved
Image SubheaderICATUVUltraviolet. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the ultraviolet (UV) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. The UV spectrum ranges from approximately 0.001 to 0.4 microns. Approved
Image SubheaderICATVDVideo. Video imagery is motion Imagery defined as imaging sensor / systems that generate sequential or continuous streaming images at specified temporal rates (normally expressed as frames per second). Approved
Image SubheaderICATVIEWILLMView and Illumination Geometry: Per-pixel metadata describing the geometry between the sensor and target, plus illumination conditions, of the associated imageApproved
Image SubheaderICATVISVisible Imagery. Visible Imagery in the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to the human eye, usually between .4 and .7 micrometers; this type of imagery is usually captured via digital aerial photographs. Approved
Image SubheaderICATVNIRVisible to Near-Infrared. Data from a system capable of detecting light in the visible-to-near-infrared (VNIR) portion of the electro-optical (EO) spectrum. Approved
Image SubheaderICATWINDAir Wind Charts. NoneApproved
Image SubheaderICATXRAYX-Ray. A form of electromagnetic radiation, similar to light but of shorter wavelength.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSDDecimal Degrees - used when the accompanying IGEOLO field contains the same exact coordinate position value for each of the four corners and the values should be interpreted to mean that the footprint falls entirely within the allowed precision of the IGEOLO field.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSEDecimal Degrees - used only in the case where all four corner coordinate values reported in the accompanying IGEOLO field contain the same exact coordinate position value, and that position is intended to be interpreted as the coordinate of the center point of the image plane.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSGGEOGRAPHIC - used when the accompanying IGEOLO field contains the same exact coordinate position value for each of the four corners and the values should be interpreted to mean that the footprint falls entirely within the allowed precision of the IGEOLO field.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSHGEOGRAPHIC - used in the case where all four corner coordinate values reported in the accompanying IGEOLO field contain the same exact coordinate position value and that position is intended to be interpreted as the coordinate of the center point of the image plane.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSNUTM/UPS-Northern Hemisphere - used when the accompanying IGEOLO field contains the same exact coordinate position value for each of the four corners and the values should be interpreted to mean that the footprint falls entirely within the allowed precision of the IGEOLO field. Choice between N/O is based on hemisphere of northernmost point.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSOUTM/UPS-Northern Hemisphere - used in the case where all four corner coordinate values reported in the accompanying IGEOLO field contain the same exact coordinate position value and that position is intended to be interpreted as the coordinate of the center point of the image plane. Choice between N/O is based on hemisphere of northernmost point.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSPUPS - used when the accompanying IGEOLO field contains the same exact coordinate position value for each of the four corners and the values should be interpreted to mean that the footprint falls entirely within the allowed precision of the IGEOLO field.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSQUPS - used only in the case where all four corner coordinate values reported in the accompanying IGEOLO field contain the same exact coordinate position value, and that position is intended to be interpreted as the coordinate of the center point of the image plane.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSRRight Ascention & DeclinationApproved
Image SubheaderICORDSSUTM/UPS-Southern Hemisphere - used when the accompanying IGEOLO field contains the same exact coordinate position value for each of the four corners and the values should be interpreted to mean that the footprint falls entirely within the allowed precision of the IGEOLO field. Choice between S/T is based on hemisphere of northernmost point.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSTUTM/UPS-Southern Hemisphere - used in the case where all four corner coordinate values reported in the accompanying IGEOLO field contain the same exact coordinate position value and that position is intended to be interpreted as the coordinate of the center point of the image plane. Choice between S/T is based on hemisphere of northernmost point.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSUUTM/MGRS - used when the accompanying IGEOLO field contains the same exact coordinate position value for each of the four corners and the values should be interpreted to mean that the footprint falls entirely within the allowed precision of the IGEOLO field.Approved
Image SubheaderICORDSVUTM/MGRS - used in the case where all four corner coordinate values reported in the accompanying IGEOLO field contain the same exact coordinate position value and that position is intended to be interpreted as the coordinate of the center point of the image plane.Approved
Image SubheaderIGEOLOHHMMSS±ddmmssHHMMSS±ddmmssHHMMSS±ddmmssHHMM SS±ddmmssCyyyyyyyHHMMSS is the (non-sidereal) hour angle (HH) in the range 00 to 24, hour minute (MM) in the range 00 to 59, and hour second (SS) in the range of 00 to 59 of Right Ascension, ±ddmmss is the degrees (00 to 90), minutes (00 to 59), and seconds (00 to 59) of arc for Declination, and C is a NITF-specific code indicating the specific instance of the celestial equatorial coordinate system being used where “T” indicates “True (equinox) of Date”, “M” indicates “Mean (equinox) of Date”, and “E” indicates “Mean equinox of a standard Epoch”. Lastly, yyyyyyy is either the (decimal) year of the associated date when C is equal to “T” or “M”, in the format “nnnn.nn”, or it is an identifier for the standard epoch used when calculating the positions of the corner coordinates when C is equal to “E”. Codes for the common epochs include “J2000.0” for the Julian epoch and “B1950.0”, “B1900.0”, etc. for the Besselian epochs.Approved
Image SubheaderIGEOLOPeeeeeeennnnnnnNew template required for Universal Polar Stereographic Projection System case.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1<<Refer to description>>IID1 suffix is (A) a simple image segment counter, “-nnn”, where “nnn” is amonotonically increasing number with as many digits as the data provider chooses, or (B) “-aa-nnn” is a 2-character case-sensitive alphanumeric and “nnn” is as described above. In the case of a single image that spans multiple image segments in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by the appropriate IID1 prefix, followed by a numeric counter “-nnn” that is a monotonically increasing counter for the image segments. The data provider many use as many digits as desired, within IID1 field length constraints. Example: For a segmented HSI, IID1 values include but are not limited to “HSI-1”, “HSI-01”, and “HSI-000001”. In the case of a multiple images of the same type that span multiple image segments in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by the appropriate IID1 prefix, followed by a case-sensitive 2-character alphanumeric string “-aa”, then followed by a numeric counter “-nnn” that is a monotonically increasing counter for the image segments, which may have as many digits as desired, within IID1 field length constraints. Example: For a dataset containing two MSIs, each of with spans 2 image segments, IID1 values include but are not limited to [“MSI-AA-001”, “MSI-AA-002”], [“MSI-AB-001”, “MSI-AB-002”].Pending
Image SubheaderIID1AxAx = Any combination of SWIR bands (x is 1 for 1st image segment, 2 for 2nd image segment, and so on)Approved
Image SubheaderIID1BADPIXMAPBad Pixel Map: A pixel quality image segment (PQS) that identifies bad pixels in an associated image segment. For more information, see Appendix AA in STDI-0002 volume 1.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1CLOUDCOVERCloud Cover Image Segment: Meteorological data (coverage, type, density, etc.) of clouds.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1CxCx = Any combination of SWIR bands (x is 1 for 1st image segment, 2 for 2nd image segment, and so on)Approved
Image SubheaderIID1HSIxxxxxxx“xxxxxxx” is populated at the discretion of the data provider. In the case of a single HSI image (and image segment) in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by “HYPERSPECT”. If there are multiple HSI image segments in the dataset and there is a need to distinguish between them via the IID1 field, then the IID1 value shall consist of the string “HSI” followed by seven (7) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one HSI image segment from another, i.e., “HSIxxxxxxx”, where “xxxxxxxx” is populated by the data provider.Pending
Image SubheaderIID1HYPERSPECTHyperspectral Imagery (HSI): Imagery acquired using tens to hundreds of spectral bands with narrow EO spectral bandwidth. Bands are acquired simultaneously or nearly so, and the spatial coverage for each band may differ slightly from band to band. Spectral bands are often but not necessarily contiguous, and may be acquired from one or more portions of the EO spectrum, enabling construction of an effectively continuous reflectance (emittance in the case of IR energy) spectrum for every pixel in the scene.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1INFRAREDInfrared Imagery: A single band produced as a result of sensing electromagnetic radiation emitted or reflected from a given target surface in the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum (approximately 0.72 to 1,000 microns)Approved
Image SubheaderIID1IRxxxxxxxx“xxxxxxxx” is populated at the discretion of the data provider. In the case of a single IR image (and image segment) in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by “INFRARED”. If there are multiple IR image segments in the dataset and there is a need to distinguish between them via the IID1 field, then the IID1 value shall consist of the string “IR” followed by eight (8) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one IR image segment from another, i.e., “IRxxxxxxxx”, where “xxxxxxxxx” is populated by the data provider.Pending
Image SubheaderIID1MSIxxxxxxx“xxxxxxx” is populated at the discretion of the data provider. In the case of a single MSI image (and image segment) in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by “MULTISPECT”. If there are multiple MSI image segments in the dataset and there is a need to distinguish between them via the IID1 field, then the IID1 value shall consist of the string “MSI” followed by seven (7) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one MSI image segment from another, i.e., “MSIxxxxxxx”, where “xxxxxxxx” is populated by the data provider.Pending
Image SubheaderIID1MULTISPECTMultispectral Imagery: Imagery collected in at least 2 or more relatively wide bands of the EO spectrum. The spectral bands may or may not be contiguous in wavelength. Multispectral sensors often collect bands from discrete portions of the EO spectrum, which are often selected to take advantage of high atmospheric transmission. Bands are collected simultaneously or nearly so, and the spatial coverage for each band may differ slightly from band to band. Spectral bands may be acquired from one or more portions of the EO spectrum. Multispectral systems tend to collect tens of bands. Most multispectral images have fewer than 70 bands, and many satellite sensors collect fewer than 10 bands.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1NNNFFFFFAs per the GORGON STARE NITF2.1 ICD version 03.00, the IID1 field is populated according to the 8-char format “NNNFFFFF” (where NNN is the 3-digit producer serial number (PRODUCER_SN) & FFFFF is the 5-digit scene number (SCNUM) of the collected image taken from the Gorgon Stare-specific TAC_ID definition)Approved
Image SubheaderIID1PANCHROMATPanchromatic Imagery: A single-band image covering a broad range of electro-optical wavelengths, usually used in context of collecting information from much of the visible spectrum and sometimes part of the near infrared spectrumApproved
Image SubheaderIID1PANxxxxxxx“xxxxxxx” is populated at the discretion of the data provider. In the case of a single PAN image (and image segment) in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by “PANCHROMAT”. If there are multiple PAN image segments in the dataset and there is a need to distinguish between them via the IID1 field, then the IID1 value shall consist of the string “PAN” followed by seven (7) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one PAN image segment from another, i.e., “PANxxxxxxx”, where “xxxxxxxx” is populated by the data provider.Pending
Image SubheaderIID1PIX_HEIGHTPixel Height Image Segment: A single-band grid reference image segment of elevation values that identify the vertical position for the center of each pixel in an associated image segment. Note that a PIX_HEIGHT image segment must be accompanied by a PIX_LATLON image segment.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1PIX_HGTnnnIdentifier scheme for NITF products containing multiple PIX_HEIGHT image segments.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1PIX_LATLONPixel Latitude and Longitude Image Segment: A two-band grid reference image segment of latitude and longitude values that identify the horizontal position for the center of each pixel in an associated image segment. Approved
Image SubheaderIID1PIX_LLnnnnIdentifier scheme for NITF products containing multiple PIX_LATLON image segments.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1PMISxxxxxxIdentifier scheme for NITF products containing multiple PXMETRIC image segments.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1PQSxxxxxxx“xxxxxxx” is populated at the discretion of the data provider. In the case of a single PQS in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by “BADPIXMAP”. If there are multiple PQSs in the dataset and there is a need to distinguish between them via the IID1 field, then the IID1 value shall consist of the string “PQS” followed by seven (7) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one PQS from another, i.e., “PQSxxxxxxx”, where “xxxxxxxx” is populated by the data provider.Pending
Image SubheaderIID1PXHTxxxxxx“xxxxxx” is populated at the discretion of the data provider. In the case of a single pixel height grid in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by “PIX_HEIGHT”. If there are multiple height grids in the dataset and there is a need to distinguish between them via the IID1 field, then the IID1 value shall be: A. The string “PIX_HGT” followed by three (3) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one pixel height image segment from another, or B. The string “PXHT” followed by six (6) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one pixel height image segment from another.Pending
Image SubheaderIID1PXLLxxxxxx“xxxxxx” is populated at the discretion of the data provider. In the case of a single location grid in a SNIP-conformant dataset, the IID1 field shall be populated by “PIX_LATLON”. If there are multiple location grids in the dataset and there is a need to distinguish between them via the IID1 field, then the IID1 value shall be: A. The string “PIX_LL” followed by four (4) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one location grid from another, or B. The string “PXLL” followed by six (6) characters that the data provider deems necessary to distinguish one location grid from another.Pending
Image SubheaderIID1PXMETRICIdentifier for PXMETRIC image segment when NITF product contains only one.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QL_EOVISQuick Look image segment containing electro-optical, visual image data.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QL_LWIRQuick Look image segment containing longwave, infrared image data.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QL_MWIRQuick Look image segment containing midwave, infrared image data.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QL_NIRQuick Look image segment containing near-infrared image data.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QL_SWIRQuick Look image segment containing shortwave, infrared image data.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QL_VNIRQuick Look image segment containing very-near, infrared image data.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QLxxxxxxxxTitling scheme for Quick Look image segment to indicate image data type.Approved
Image SubheaderIID1QUICK_LOOKQuick-Look Image: An overview image derived from another image for the purpose of quickly assessing the original image, such as verifying image coverage and quality. Quick-look (QL) images often have less pixels and/or bands than the original image in order to produce and display the QL image as soon as possible.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2<<Refer to description>>TAC-ID: 01-07 (ACQUISITION_DATE) for GORGON STARE mosaic productsApproved
Image SubheaderIID200TAC-ID:10-11 (SORTIE_NO) for GORGON STARE default or as configured at start of missionApproved
Image SubheaderIID200TAC-ID:10-11 (SORTIE_NO) for GORGON STARE default or as configured at start of missionApproved
Image SubheaderIID2000TAC-ID:27-29 (REPLAYGORGON STAREApproved
Image SubheaderIID2000 - FFFTAC-ID:30-32 (PROD_SNFor GORGON STARE Wide-Area Airborne Surveillance (WAAS) System, the PROD_SN is populated with values to distinguish the primary image producer for up to 45 instances of GORGON STARE platforms. For a given acquisition date, values in the SCNUM field are unique for any given PROD_SN value. Updated 3/2/2020: By incrementing the serial number code thru the 91 possible values assigned to a given collection platform, GS WAAS can generate unique TAC ID records that support up to 9,099,909 (99,999 scene counts times 91 serial numbers) individual scenes during a persistent surveillance mission. During a 24-hour period, PS video data could be collected up to 105 fps and not run out of unique scene number/serial number values for use in TAC ID formation. 000 to 05A (platform 01) 82D to 887 (platform 24) 05B to 0B5 (platform 02) 888 to 8E2 (platform 25) 0B6 to 110 (platform 03) 8E3 to 93D (platform 26) 111 to 16B (platform 04) 93E to 998 (platform 27) 16C to 1C6 (platform 05) 999 to 9F3 (platform 28) 1C7 to 221 (platform 06) 9F4 to A4E (platform 29) 222 to 27C (platform 07) A4F to AA9 (platform 30) 27D to 2D7 (platform 08) AAA to B04 (platform 31) 2D8 to 332 (platform 09) B05 to B5F (platform 32) 333 to 38D (platform 10) B60 to BBA (platform 33) 38E to 3E8 (platform 11) BBB to C15 (platform 34) 3E9 to 443 (platform 12) C16 to C70 (platform 35) 444 to 49E (platform 13) C71 to CCB (platform 36) 49F to 4F9 (platform 14) CCC to D26 (platform 37) 4FA to 554 (platform 15) D27 to D81 (platform 38) 555 to 5AF (platform 16) D82 to DDC (platform 39) 5B0 to 60A (platform17) DDD to E37 (platform 40) 60B to 665 (platform 18) E38 to E92 (platform 41) 666 to 6C0 (platform 19) E93 to EED (platform 42) 6C1 to 71B (platform 20) EEE to F48 (platform 43) 71C to 776 (platform 21) F49 to FA3 (platform 44) 777 to 7D1 (platform 22) FA4 to FFE (platform 45) 7D2 to 82C (platform 23)FFF (reserved for future use)Approved
Image SubheaderIID200000000 - FFFFFFFFTAC-ID:33-40 (PRODUCER_DATIMFor GORGON STARE, all “alpha characters” shall be uppercase.Approved
Image SubheaderIID200001 - 99999TAC-ID:12-16 (SCNUM) for GORGON STARE Increment 1: For GEOxxx, GIRxxz, GEOMOS, and GIRMOS products – see bytes 19-24; and for PRODUCER_SN field value – see bytes 30-32 GORGON STARE Increment 2: For G2Enrc, G2Iuuv, G2EMyy, G2IMyy, G2EMOS, and G2IMOS products – see bytes 19-24; and for PRODUCER_SN field value – see bytes 30-32 GORGON STARE Increment 2 ICD v3: For G2Enrc, G2Iuuv, G2Cnrc, G2EMOS, G2IMOS, and G2CMOS products – see bytes 19-24; and for PRODUCER_SN field value – see bytes 30-32Approved
Image SubheaderIID201 - 99, A0 - Z9, 00TAC-ID:17-18 (PRODUCER_CODE) for GORGON STARE Increment 2 ICD v3Approved
Image SubheaderIID27CTAC-ID: 08-09 (PROGRAM_CODE) for GORGON STARE RGB ColorApproved
Image SubheaderIID27STAC-ID:08-09 (PROGRAM_CODE) for GORGON STARE MonoApproved
Image SubheaderIID27TTAC-ID:08-09 (PROGRAM_CODE) for GORGON STARE IRApproved
Image SubheaderIID29ZTAC-ID:08-09 (PROGRAM_CODE for GORGON STARE default or as configured at start of missionApproved
Image SubheaderIID2BSTAC-ID:17-18 (PRODUCER_CODE) for GORGON STARE Increment 2 ICD v3: BS (for Big Safari), or as configured at start of missionApproved
Image SubheaderIID2G2CMOSTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 RGB Color Fully-Formed Mosaic Product and Increment 2 ICD v3Approved
Image SubheaderIID2G2CnrcTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 RGB Color Collection and Increment 2 ICD v3: For Increment 2,n = 0 to 3 representing the EO CFPA number, r = 0 to B, a single hexadecimal-encoded value representing the Row number (0 to 11), and c = 0 to 8, representing the Column number. Note that in general, n, r, and c should be treated as hexadecimal-encoded values to allow for future expansion.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2G2EMOSTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 EO Fully-Formed Mosaic Product and Increment 2 ICD v3Approved
Image SubheaderIID2G2EMyyTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 EO Fully-Formable Mosaic Product: For Increment 2, yy = 00 to 99, representing the index number of the individual EO or IR fully-formable mosaic region.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2G2EnrcTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 Electro-optical Monochromatic Collection and Increment 2 ICD v3: For Increment 2,n = 0 to 3 representing the EO CFPA number, r = 0 to B, a single hexadecimal-encoded value representing the Row number (0 to 11), and c = 0 to 8, representing the Column number. Note that in general, n, r, and c should be treated as hexadecimal-encoded values to allow for future expansion.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2G2IMOSTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 IR Fully-Formed Mosaic Product and Increment 2 ICD v3Approved
Image SubheaderIID2G2IMyyTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 IR Fully-Formable Mosaic Product: For Increment 2, yy = 00 to 99, representing the index number of the individual EO or IR fully-formable mosaic region.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2G2luuvTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 2 Infrared Collection and Increment 2 ICD v3: For Increment 2,uu = 00 to 99 and v = 0 to 9 representing the individual IR camera and FSM position.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2GEOMOSTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 1 EO Fully-Formed Mosaic Product: For EO. For GORGON STARE mosaic productsApproved
Image SubheaderIID2GEOxxxTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 1 Electro-optical Panchromatic Collection: For GORGON STARE EO, xxx = 000 – 999, representing the index number of the individual EO camera, or camera/field-position, being used to collect the image.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2GIRMOSTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 1 IR Fully-Formed Mosaic Product: For IR. For GORGON STARE mosaic productsApproved
Image SubheaderIID2GIRxxzTAC-ID:19-24 (PRODUCT_NOGS) for WAAS Increment 1 Infrared Collection: For GORGON STARE IR, xx = 00 to 99 representing the index number of the individual IR camera being used to collect the image and z = 0 to 9 representing the FSM position for that collection.Approved
Image SubheaderIID2GSTAC-ID:25-26 (PROJECT_CODE) for GORGON STARE (unless changed by NGA in the future)Approved
Image SubheaderIID2ZXTAC-ID:17-18 (PRODUCER_CODE) for For GORGON STARE “Increment 1” and “Increment 2” used “ZX” for default or as configured at start of mission.Approved
Image SubheaderISORCE(U) GORGON STAREFor increment 1 systemsApproved
Image SubheaderISORCE(U) GORGON STARE INC1 For increment 1 systemsApproved
Image SubheaderISORCE(U) GORGON STARE INC2 For increment 2 systemsApproved
Image SubheaderISORCE(U) GORGON STARE INC3 For increment 2 systems complying with version 03.00 of the GS NITF ICDApproved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnCOLAVGAverage value of the pixels in a column of the associated image.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnDRKLVLDark level of each pixel. Equivalent to radiometric offset under conditions of no illumination.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnE2DNFactor relating the DN for each pixel with the actual number of photo-electrons generated.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnExxCyyExxCyy is the yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. ExxMIN and ExxMAX are the lowest and highest pixel values respectively in the AIS for which the equation applies. The actual equation is not specified. For equation xx, with N coefficients, the equation is: z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y where f(AIS) is an unspecified function of the AIS pixel value. For equation xx, with N coefficients, and minimum & maximum AIS pixel values Emin and Emax are defined for the equation applicability, then the equation is: The yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. The actual equation is not specified. z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y for 〖E(r,c,b)〗_(min )≤AIS(r,c,b) ≤ 〖E(r,c,b)〗_max Emin only or Emax only may be specified. Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnExxMAXExxCyy is the yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. ExxMIN and ExxMAX are the lowest and highest pixel values respectively in the AIS for which the equation applies. The actual equation is not specified. For equation xx, with N coefficients, the equation is: z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y where f(AIS) is an unspecified function of the AIS pixel value. For equation xx, with N coefficients, and minimum & maximum AIS pixel values Emin and Emax are defined for the equation applicability, then the equation is: The yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. The actual equation is not specified. z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y for 〖E(r,c,b)〗_(min )≤AIS(r,c,b) ≤ 〖E(r,c,b)〗_max Emin only or Emax only may be specified. Pending
Image SubheaderISUBCATnExxMINExxCyy is the yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. ExxMIN and ExxMAX are the lowest and highest pixel values respectively in the AIS for which the equation applies. The actual equation is not specified. For equation xx, with N coefficients, the equation is: z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y where f(AIS) is an unspecified function of the AIS pixel value. For equation xx, with N coefficients, and minimum & maximum AIS pixel values Emin and Emax are defined for the equation applicability, then the equation is: The yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. The actual equation is not specified. z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y for 〖E(r,c,b)〗_(min )≤AIS(r,c,b) ≤ 〖E(r,c,b)〗_max Emin only or Emax only may be specified. Pending
Image SubheaderISUBCATnFWHMFull-width half-maximum for each pixel in a spectral AIS.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnIFOVInstantaneous field of view, i.e., the solid angle through which a detector is sensitive to radiation.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnLUNAZIAzimuth angle of moon-to-pixel LOS, measured clockwise from true North.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnLUNELVElevation angle of the moon-to-pixel LOS.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnNESRNoise equivalent spectral radiance, i.e., the change in spectral radiance required to produce a signal equivalent to the system noise, which is equivalent to a signal-to-noise ratio of unity.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnNSELEVNoise equivalent measured value, i.e., the amount of change in measured value required to produce a signal equivalent to the noise of the system, which is equivalent to a signal-to-noise ratio of unity.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnRDGAINGain and offset that convert a digital number (DN) to a radiometric quantity: L_R= gain∙DN+ offset where LR = radiometric quantity being computed, in one of the established radiometric units (Table AJ.6 1), gain = radiometric gain, in units of [LR units]/DN, and offset = radiometric offset in same units as LRApproved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnRDOFFGain and offset that convert a digital number (DN) to a radiometric quantity: L_R= gain∙DN+ offset where LR = radiometric quantity being computed, in one of the established radiometric units (Table AJ.6 1), gain = radiometric gain, in units of [LR units]/DN, and offset = radiometric offset in same units as LRApproved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnROWAVGAverage value of the pixels in a row of the associated image.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSATLEVThe upper limit that can be measured by a sensor, provide on a pixel-by-pixel basis.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSATSPCThe upper limit of spectral radiance that can be measured by a spectral sensor, provide on a pixel-by-pixel basis.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSENAZIAzimuth angle of the sensor-to-pixel LOS, measured clockwise from true North.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSENELVElevation angle of the sensor-to-pixel LOS.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSMRDIRDirection of smear at each pixel location, measured clockwise from the axis defined by the row in the associated image, (see Figure AJ.6‑1). Spectral smear is smear measured as a function of spectral band.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSMRMAGMagnitude of the smear experienced at each pixel location, in pixels. Spectral smear is smear measured as a function of spectral band.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSPEKEYVariation in magnification as a function of wavelength: Metric #1: Spatial shift Metric #2: Fractional pixel shiftApproved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSSMILE1. Deviation from representative band wavelength for each pixel in a spectral AIS. For a given spectral band, spectral smile is defined as: Δλ_p= λ_REP- λ_p where λ_REP = representative band wavelength for all pixels in a given band λ_p = actual band wavelength for each pixel p in a given band Δλ_p = spectral smile for each pixel p in a given band, measured in terms of wavelength. 2. Translation of the spectral smile measured as a shift in band wavelength in definition #1 above, to a fractional pixel shift.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSTDEVCStandard deviation  of a column of m pixels in the associated image, computed using the equation: σ= √((x- x ̅ )^2/((m-1) )) where x is the value of each pixel in the column.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSTDEVRStandard deviation  of a row of n pixels in the associated image, computed using the equation: σ= √((x- x ̅ )^2/((n-1) )) where x is the value of each pixel in the row.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSUNAZIAzimuth angle of the sun-to-pixel LOS, measured clockwise from true North.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnSUNELVElevation angle of sun-to-pixel LOS.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnWAVLENWavelength of each pixel in a spectral AIS. Ideal for determining whether spectral smile is significant.Approved
Image SubheaderISUBCATnWAVNUMWavenumber of each pixel in a spectral AIS.Approved
MITOCAMPLAN<<Refer to Description>>Refer to ACFTB MPLAN RegisterApproved
MITOCASCENE_TYPE<<Refer to Description>>Refer to ACFTB SCENE_TYPE RegisterApproved
MITOCASENSOR_ID<<Refer to Description>>Refer to ACFTB SENSOR_ID RegisterApproved
PIAIMCOTHERCONDNAThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have a suitable default value to definitively indicate that this field did not apply; without a suitable default, such as “NA” for Not Applicable, it is impossible to populate the field appropriately in our case, as any other choice may prove misleading to recipients of the NITF files.Approved
PIAIMCPIAMSNNUM9IxxpppThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique platform identifiers for use with the PIAIMC TRE field “PIAMSNNUM”. We wish to register the value, “9Ixxppp”, which uniquely identifies the Project 93 imaging platform. The format of the platform value matches the 2-character PROGRAM_CODE field from the Tactical Image ID (TII) used by the Project 93 system (in this case “9I”, for Project 93 IR) followed by the 2-character SORTIE_NO field from the TII (xx = 01 to 99 or A0 to Z9, as needed to identify the sortie of the month), followed by the 3-character PRODUCER_SN field from the TII (a hex code from ppp = 000 to FFE to uniquely identify a platform).Approved
PIAIMCPREPROCG5The Project 93 WAMI system wishes to register three new two-character codes, “P5”, “R5” and “G5”, for the PIAIMC TRE field “PREPROC”. This would augment the values already assigned in the JITC register to allow for support for a single-band IR collector like Project 93. These values parallel those we are registering for the CSDIDA TRE “PRODUCT_ID” field. I am attaching a table similar to that in the CSDIDA TRE “PRODUCT_ID” table in the NCDRD to illustrate the nature of the registration.Approved
PIAIMCPREPROCP5The Project 93 WAMI system wishes to register three new two-character codes, “P5”, “R5” and “G5”, for the PIAIMC TRE field “PREPROC”. This would augment the values already assigned in the JITC register to allow for support for a single-band IR collector like Project 93. These values parallel those we are registering for the CSDIDA TRE “PRODUCT_ID” field. I am attaching a table similar to that in the CSDIDA TRE “PRODUCT_ID” table in the NCDRD to illustrate the nature of the registration.Approved
PIAIMCPREPROCR5The Project 93 WAMI system wishes to register three new two-character codes, “P5”, “R5” and “G5”, for the PIAIMC TRE field “PREPROC”. This would augment the values already assigned in the JITC register to allow for support for a single-band IR collector like Project 93. These values parallel those we are registering for the CSDIDA TRE “PRODUCT_ID” field. I am attaching a table similar to that in the CSDIDA TRE “PRODUCT_ID” table in the NCDRD to illustrate the nature of the registration.Approved
PIAIMCPROJIDNTThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique “project ID” identifier for use with the PIAIMC TRE field “PROJID”. We wish to register the value “NT” (for Project Ninety-Three) which uniquely identifies the Project 93 “project”. This same value is used in the Project 93 implementation of the Tactical Image Identifier (TAC ID) “PROJECT_CODE” sub-field.Approved
PIAIMCSATTRACK0001 - 9999Min to Max PATHApproved
PIAIMCSATTRACK0001 - 9999Min to Max ROWApproved
PIAIMCSATTRACK00010001 - 02330248WRS-2 RangeApproved
PIAIMCSATTRACK00010001 - 02510248WRS-1 RangeApproved
PIAIMCSATTRACK00010001 - 99999999SATTRACKApproved
PIAIMCSATTRACK00010009 - 07380691For Satellite Pour l’Observation de la Terre (SPOT) imagery, the SATTRACK is derived from the SPOT Grid Reference System (GRS).Approved
PIAIMCSATTRACK99999999The Project 93 WAMI system needs to have a suitable default value to definitively indicate that this field did not apply; without a suitable default, such as the proposed “99999999” to mean Not Applicable, it is impossible to populate the field appropriately in our case, as any other choice may prove misleading to recipients of the NITF files. Note that a value of “00000000” is not available to us, since the PIAIMC SATTRACK formal field definition does not support the use of that value.Approved
PIAIMCSENSMODEFRAMINGFramingApproved
PIAIMCSENSMODEMOSAICFRAMESThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique “sensor mode” identifiers for use with the PIAIMC TRE field “SENSMODE”. We wish to register the values “ORTHOFRAMING” and “MOSAICFRAMES” which uniquely identify the type of frame mode and rectification applied to the imagery to form the IR products called Project 93 FPA Orthorectified frames and Project 93 Rectified Mosaics. The current PIAIMC “SENSMODE” field value of “FRAMING” is not specific enough to distinguish Project 93 oblique frame images (non-rectified) from the orthorectified frames they produce and the rectified mosaic product formed by stitching the ortho-frames together.Approved
PIAIMCSENSMODEORTHOFRAMINGThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique “sensor mode” identifiers for use with the PIAIMC TRE field “SENSMODE”. We wish to register the values “ORTHOFRAMING” and “MOSAICFRAMES” which uniquely identify the type of frame mode and rectification applied to the imagery to form the IR products called Project 93 FPA Orthorectified frames and Project 93 Rectified Mosaics. The current PIAIMC “SENSMODE” field value of “FRAMING” is not specific enough to distinguish Project 93 oblique frame images (non-rectified) from the orthorectified frames they produce and the rectified mosaic product formed by stitching the ortho-frames together.Approved
PIAIMCSENSMODEPUSHBROOMPushbroomApproved
PIAIMCSENSMODESPOTSpot ModeApproved
PIAIMCSENSMODESWATHSwath ModeApproved
PIAIMCSENSMODETBDNoneApproved
PIAIMCSENSMODEWHISKBROOMWhiskbroomApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAME<<Refer to description>>Refer to ACFTB: SENSOR_ID for additional Sensor IDs.Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEEO-1_HYPERIONNASA’s Earth Observing 1 (EO-1) Hyperion hyperspectral imaging (HSI) sensor, with 12 to 24 month planned duration. Launched 21 November 2000, decommissioned 30 March 2017Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGEnn GeoEye ("nn" = 01 - 99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGEnnAAGeoEye PAN, ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGEnnGAGeoEye MS, ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGLxxAA = Platform Code (“GL”), NN = Vehicle Number (“01”, “02”, etc.)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGLxxNAAA = Platform Code (“GL”), NN = Vehicle Number (“01”, “02”, etc.), SS = SENSOR_ID from CSDIDA TRE (“NA”)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGORGON STARE(with a blank space between words) For increment 1 systems; no distinction between EO Pan and IR modalitiesApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGORGON_STARE_INC2 For increment 2 systems; no distinction between EO Mono and IR modalitiesApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGS_INC3_IR For increment 2 systems conforming to version 03.00 of the GS NITF ICD using the IR collection modalityApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGS_INC3_MONO For increment 2 systems conforming to version 03.00 of the GS NITF ICD using the EO Mono collection modalityApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEGS_INC3_RGB For increment 2 systems conforming to version 03.00 of the GS NITF ICD using the RGB collection modalityApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEIKnnAAIKONOS PAN. ("nn" = 02-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEIKnnGAIKONOS MS. ("nn" = 02-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEMULTIPLE_EOUsed for a product created from multiple EO sourcesApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEMULTIPLE_MSUsed for a product created from multiple MS sourcesApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEMULTIPLE_SARUsed for a product created from multiple SAR sourcesApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEOPEN_SKIESIndicates the sensor which took the image was part of the Open Skies TreatyApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEOVnnOrbView ("nn" = 01 - 99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEOVnnAAOrbView PAN. ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEOVnnGAOrbView MS. ("nn" = 01-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEQBnnQuickBird ("nn" = 00 - 99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEQBnnAAQuickBird PAN. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEQBnnGAQuickBird MS. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMESIR-CSpaceborne Imaging Radar - CApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMESYERS-EOSYERS Electro-optical SystemApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMESYERS-IRSYERS Infrared SystemApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMESYERS-MSISYERS Multispectral SystemApproved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEWVnnWorldView ("nn" = 00 - 99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEWVnnAAWorldView PAN. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEWVnnCAWorldView CAVIS. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEWVnnGAWorldView MS. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
PIAIMCSENSNAMEWVnnSWWorldView SWIR. ("nn" = 00-99)Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONAVERAGE_COLUMNAverage value of the pixels in a column of the associated image.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONAVERAGE_ROWAverage value of the pixels in a row of the associated image.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONBAND_WAVELENGTHWavelength of each pixel in a spectral AIS. Ideal for determining whether spectral smile is significant.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONBAND_WAVENUMBERWavenumber of each pixel in a spectral AIS.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONDARK_LEVELDark level of each pixel. Equivalent to radiometric offset under conditions of no illumination.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONELECTRON_CONVERSION_FACTORFactor relating the DN for each pixel with the actual number of photo-electrons generated.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONEQUATIONxxCOEFFyyExxCyy is the yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. ExxMIN and ExxMAX are the lowest and highest pixel values respectively in the AIS for which the equation applies. The actual equation is not specified. For equation xx, with N coefficients, the equation is: z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y where f(AIS) is an unspecified function of the AIS pixel value. For equation xx, with N coefficients, and minimum & maximum AIS pixel values Emin and Emax are defined for the equation applicability, then the equation is: The yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. The actual equation is not specified. z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y for 〖E(r,c,b)〗_(min )≤AIS(r,c,b) ≤ 〖E(r,c,b)〗_max Emin only or Emax only may be specified. Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONEQUATIONxxMAXExxCyy is the yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. ExxMIN and ExxMAX are the lowest and highest pixel values respectively in the AIS for which the equation applies. The actual equation is not specified. For equation xx, with N coefficients, the equation is: z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y where f(AIS) is an unspecified function of the AIS pixel value. For equation xx, with N coefficients, and minimum & maximum AIS pixel values Emin and Emax are defined for the equation applicability, then the equation is: The yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. The actual equation is not specified. z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y for 〖E(r,c,b)〗_(min )≤AIS(r,c,b) ≤ 〖E(r,c,b)〗_max Emin only or Emax only may be specified. Pending
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONEQUATIONxxMINExxCyy is the yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. ExxMIN and ExxMAX are the lowest and highest pixel values respectively in the AIS for which the equation applies. The actual equation is not specified. For equation xx, with N coefficients, the equation is: z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y where f(AIS) is an unspecified function of the AIS pixel value. For equation xx, with N coefficients, and minimum & maximum AIS pixel values Emin and Emax are defined for the equation applicability, then the equation is: The yyth coefficient of the xxth equation that is applied on a per-pixel basis. The actual equation is not specified. z(r,c,b)= ∑_(y=1)^(y=N)▒〖f(AIS(r,c,b))*〗 〖c(r,c,b)〗_y for 〖E(r,c,b)〗_(min )≤AIS(r,c,b) ≤ 〖E(r,c,b)〗_max Emin only or Emax only may be specified. Pending
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONFWHMFull-width half-maximum for each pixel in a spectral AIS.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONIFOVInstantaneous field of view, i.e., the solid angle through which a detector is sensitive to radiation.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONLUNAR_AZ_ANGLEAzimuth angle of moon-to-pixel LOS, measured clockwise from true North.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONLUNAR_ELEV_ANGLEElevation angle of the moon-to-pixel LOS.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONNESRNoise equivalent spectral radiance, i.e., the change in spectral radiance required to produce a signal equivalent to the system noise, which is equivalent to a signal-to-noise ratio of unity.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONNOISE_EQUIVALENCE_LEVELNoise equivalent measured value, i.e., the amount of change in measured value required to produce a signal equivalent to the noise of the system, which is equivalent to a signal-to-noise ratio of unity.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONRADIOMETRIC_GAINRadiometric gain and offset that convert a digital number (DN) to a radiometric quantityApproved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONRADIOMETRIC_OFFSETRadiometric gain and offset that convert a digital number (DN) to a radiometric quantityApproved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSATURATION_LEVELThe upper limit that can be measured by a sensor, provide on a pixel-by-pixel basis.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSATURATION_SPECTRAL_RADIANCEThe upper limit of spectral radiance that can be measured by a spectral sensor, provide on a pixel-by-pixel basis.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSENSOR_AZ_ANGLEAzimuth angle of the sensor-to-pixel LOS, measured clockwise from true North.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSENSOR_ELEV_ANGLEElevation angle of the sensor-to-pixel LOS.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSMEAR_DIRECTION(See PIXMTA TRE ) Direction of smear at each pixel location, measured clockwise from the axis defined by the row in the associated image.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSMEAR_MAGNITUDEMagnitude of the smear experienced at each pixel location, in pixels.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSOLAR_AZ_ANGLEAzimuth angle of the sun-to-pixel LOS, measured clockwise from true North.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSOLAR_ELEV_ANGLEElevation angle of sun-to-pixel LOS.Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSPECTRAL_KEYSTONEVariation in magnification as a function of wavelengthApproved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSPECTRAL_SMILE1. Deviation from representative band wavelength for each pixel in a spectral AIS. 2. Translation of the spectral smile measured as a shift in band wavelength, in definition 1, to a fractional pixel shift. Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSTANDARD_DEVIATION_COLUMNStandard deviation σ of a column of m pixels in the associated imageApproved
PIXMTADESCRIPTIONSTANDARD_DEVIATION_ROWStandard deviation σ of a row of n pixels in the associated imageApproved
PIXMTADESCRIPTION (modifier)BB_[*]Black body: Metric relates to a black body. (May be prepended to any [PIXMTA:DESCRIPTION] value when appropriate).Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTION (modifier)COLD_[*]Metric is relevant to cold conditions. (May be prepended to any [PIXMTA:DESCRIPTION] value when appropriate).Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTION (modifier)GAUSS_[*]Metric is relevant to a Gaussian function. (May be prepended to any [PIXMTA:DESCRIPTION] value when appropriate).Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTION (modifier)HOT_[*]Metric is relevant to hot conditions. (May be prepended to any [PIXMTA:DESCRIPTION] value when appropriate).Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTION (modifier)POST_[*]Subsequent Collection Prefix: Designator used to identify a metric measured after the collection of the AIS. (May be prepended to any [PIXMTA:DESCRIPTION] value when appropriate).Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTION (modifier)PRE_[*]Prior Collection Prefix: Designator used to identify a metric measured prior to the collection of the current image. (May be prepended to any [PIXMTA:DESCRIPTION] value when appropriate).Approved
PIXMTADESCRIPTION (modifier)TRIANG_[*]Metric is relevant to a triangular-shaped curve. (May be prepended to any [PIXMTA:DESCRIPTION] value when appropriate).Approved
PIXMTASAMPLE_MODEFIndicates that the entire region in the coordinate space of the AIS is filled with the pixel metric value associated with that region. Approved
PIXMTASAMPLE_MODEIIndicates that the metric value for any individual pixel in the AIS is calculated by interpolating between the closest corresponding pixels in the PMIS.Approved
PIXMTAUNITµW/(cm cm sr µm)Indicates that the unit of measure for spectral radiance is µflicks, µW cm–2 sr–1 µm–1. Note: This field value would be documented in Section AJ.6.2.1, table AJ.6-1, as a second possible UoM for spectral radiance.Pending
PIXMTAUNITDNUncalibrated Raw. (Unit of Measure: digital numbers)Approved
PIXMTAUNITkelvinKinetic Temperature, Radiant Temperature. (Unit of Measure: kelvin)Approved
PIXMTAUNITnoneUncalibrated Raw. (Unit of Measure: none)Approved
PIXMTAUNITpercentReflectance Emissivity. (Unit of Measure: percentage)Approved
PIXMTAUNITvoltsUncalibrated Raw. (Unit of Measure: volts)Approved
PIXMTAUNITW/(m m sr μm)Spectral Radiance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2 sr–1 μm–1)Approved
PIXMTAUNITW/(m m sr)Radiance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2 sr–1)Approved
PIXMTAUNITW/(m m μm)Spectral Emittance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2 μm–1)Approved
PIXMTAUNITW/(m m)Emittance Irradiance. (Unit of Measure: W m–2)Approved
PIXMTAUNITwattsRadiant Flux. (Unit of Measure: watts)Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITION1DLUTA Pixel Quality Condition value of “1DLUT” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the 1-D Look Up Table (LUT) algorithm of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONAnti-VignettedAn optical effect that exhibits progressive brightening originating at or near the image center and extending outward radially toward the image periphery where the increased pixel brightness is highest in magnitude.Pending
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONASYMA Pixel Quality Condition value of “ASYM” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the Asymmetric Pixel Correction algorithm of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONAveragedIndicates that the measured pixel value is an average of more than one pixel value, rather than a single value.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONBadThe pixel measured value has little-to-no validity and should not be included in exploitation tasks. Does not indicate why the pixel is bad. If the pixel is not flagged as bad, then the pixel measured value may be exploited with confidence, regardless of any other quality condition(s) specified for this pixel.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONBlinkerNew Definition: A pixel that exhibits abrupt and often quantized changes in value over time; often from low (i.e., dark) to high (i.e., bright) and then to low (dark) again.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONBNDLINA Pixel Quality Condition value of “BNDLIN” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the Band Dependent Linearization algorithm of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONCalibration-updateNew Definition: A pixel that was repaired by modifying the original calibration coefficients.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONCMMA Pixel Quality Condition value of “CMM” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the Color Management Module (CMM) related algorithms of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONDeadThe detector no longer operates. The measured pixel value is usually zero or at the noise level.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONDRAA Pixel Quality Condition value of “DRA” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the Dynamic Range Adjustment (DRA) algorithm of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONFailedThe measured pixel value has little-to-no validity; the cause is either unknown, or it did not need to be or could not be specified, i.e., no representative PQ_CONDITION value exists. Note: Unlike the “Bad” PQ_CONDITION, the “Failed” PQ_CONDITION value does not impose exploitation restrictions. Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONFillNew Definition: A non-meaningful pixel, i.e., a pixel outside the spatio-temporal coverage of the collected image, usually inserted to maintain the rectangular raster pattern of the pixel array, such as when an image is rotated so that North is up. As a result, the pixel has been populated with a default value that did not result from sensor readout and thus is not a meaningful value. Fill pixels should not be included in exploitation tasks and so shall also be labelled as “Bad” unless repaired.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONFPA #Indicates that the nth focal plane array (FPA) made the pixel measurement. Used for sensors that create an image by amalgamating measurements from several FPAs.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONGapA pixel inside the boundary of a single image that was not actually imaged by the sensor, i.e., was not part of the image coverage. Gap pixels generally occur as clusters in the row and/or column dimensions.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONINTERPA Pixel Quality Condition value of “INTERP” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the Four-Point Interpolation algorithm of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONInterpolatedIndicates that the pixel value has been estimated from nearby measurements, rather than independently measured.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONKERNELA Pixel Quality Condition value of “KERNEL” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the kernel-based Convolution and Correlation algorithms of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithmsWithdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONMAXPDA Pixel Quality Condition value of “MAXPD” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the Max-Pixel Decimation algorithm of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONMissingData for the pixel were never received due to a failure in the data chain. The reason for the data chain failure may or may not be known. Note: Close attention must be paid to other PQ_CONDITION definitions, especially “Fill” and “Gap”, to ensure that these similar, but not identical, PQ_CONDITION values are implemented correctly.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONNoisyThe detector exhibits greater variance than considered normal.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONRepairedA pixel that was repaired to a value consistent with its neighbors; the repair method is not specified. Note: If repair methods are being tracked, then “Repaired” is only used when a PQ_CONDITION value for the repair method is not registered with the NTB. A pixel that was repaired to a value consistent with its neighbors; the repair method is not specified. Note: If repair methods are being tracked, then “Repaired” is only used when a PQ_CONDITION value for the repair method is not registered with the NTB. A pixel that was repaired to a value consistent with its neighbors; the repair method is not specified. Note: If repair methods are being tracked, then “Repaired” is only used when a PQ_CONDITION value for the repair method is not registered with the NTB.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONRRDSA Pixel Quality Condition value of “RRDS” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the Reduced Resolution Data Set (RRDS) algorithm of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONSaturatedDetector measurement reached its maximum possible value. Actual value of the physical phenomenon may be significantly different from the measured value..Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONSCALEA Pixel Quality Condition value of “SCALE” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is specifically suitable for use with the general Scaling (i.e., zoom) and Intra-Octave Scaling algorithms of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS). See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONSIPSA Pixel Quality Condition value of “SIPS” indicates that the data provider has determined a given pixel is suitable for use with all of the NGA Softcopy Image Processing Standard (SIPS) image processing algorithms. See NGA.STND.0014_2.4 for more details on the SIPS image processing algorithms.Withdrawn
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONSpurious-ResponseNew Definition: A transient positive or negative spike in pixel value, cause unknown and/or unspecified. Note #1: One cause of a transient response is an electron or proton striking the detector(s). A proton hit causes a positive spike, while an electron hit causes a negative spike. These sub-atomic particle hits often occur when a sensor is inside the South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA), a region where the Earth’s inner Van Allen belt dips down to an altitude of 200 miles (120 km). The SAA exposes the sensor to higher-than-usual levels of radiation, resulting in electron and/or proton impacts on the sensor.Approved
PIXQLAPQ_CONDITIONVignettedReduction of an image's brightness or saturation at the periphery compared to the image center.Approved
RELCCARCOLSTDTBD002NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDFIPS 10-4:ARP1995NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDISO3166-1:2006NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDISO3166-2:2007NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDISO3166-3:1999NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDSTANAG1059:ED10NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDSTANAG1059:ED8NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDSTANAG1059:ED9NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDTBD001NoneApproved
RELCCARELCCSTDU8SNoneApproved
RELCCARORGSTDTBD003NoneApproved
SECURASECSTDARH.XMLODNI Intelligence Community Technical Specification, XML Data Encoding Specification for Access Rights and Handling (ARH.XML)Approved
SENSRASENSOR_MODEL<<Refer to description>>See values listed in ACFTB:SENSOR_ID for applicable EO Sensor IDs.Approved
SENSRB01a SENSOR<<Refer to description>>See values listed in ACFTB:SENSOR_ID for applicable EO Sensor IDs.Approved
SENSRB01a SENSORBRITE STAR IILarge format IR system with TV and laser designator. Compatible with SAFIRE family of sensor turrets. Designated as AN/AAQ-22EApproved
SENSRB01c PLATFORM9IxxpppThe Project 93 WAMI system needs to have its own unique platform identifiers for use with the SENSRB TRE Module 01 field “01c/PLATFORM”. We wish to register the value, “9Ixxppp”, which uniquely identifies the Project 93 imaging platform. The format of the platform value matches the 2-character PROGRAM_CODE field from the Tactical Image ID (TII) used by the Project 93 system (in this case “9I”, for Project 93 IR) followed by the 2-character SORTIE_NO field from the TII (xx = 01 to 99 or A0 to Z9, as needed to identify the sortie of the month), followed by the 3-character PRODUCER_SN field from the TII (a hex code from ppp = 000 to FFE to uniquely identify a platform).Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMATL2Brequest Br 1150 Atlantic called Atlantic 2 (maritime patrol aircraft)Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMC-12 King AirAirframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors. HSI and HRI sensors will be or are currently mounted on this type of airframe.Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMC-130Airframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors. HSI and HRI sensors will be or are currently mounted on this type of airframe.Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMDHC-8 Airframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors. HSI and HRI sensors will be or are currently mounted on this type of airframe.Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMF-16Airframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors. HSI and HRI sensors will be or are currently mounted on this type of airframe.Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMFIRE SCOUT MQ-8BMQ-8B Fire ScoutApproved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMFIRE SCOUT MQ-8CMQ-8C Fire ScoutApproved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMGlobalHawkAirframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors. HSI and HRI sensors will be or are currently mounted on this type of airframe.Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMHARFANGEADS Harfang (SIDM, "interim medium-altitude, long-endurance drone system" - UAV)Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMMIRAGE F1CRMirage F1CRApproved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMMQ-1 PredatorAirframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors. HSI and HRI sensors will be or are currently mounted on this type of airframe.Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMNH90NHIndustries NH90 (Helicopter)Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMRAFALEDassault RafaleApproved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMSPERWERSAGEM Sperwer (UAV)Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMU-2Airframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors. HSI and HRI sensors will be or are currently mounted on this type of airframe.Approved
SENSRB01c PLATFORMWB-57Airframe/aircraft used to mount hyperspectral and high resolution imagery sensors.Approved
SENSRB02a DETECTIONBRDA sensor system where each detector is sensitive to a broad spectral bandwidth, often spanning an entire wavelength regime such as the visible spectrum. Also called a “broadband system”, these sensors typically produce a single band. An example of a broadband system is a panchromatic sensor.Approved
SENSRB02a DETECTIONBRD+MWIRConcatenated bandwidth and wavelength. Broad Spectral Bandwidth sensor in the Midwave Infrared regime. Approved
SENSRB02a DETECTIONBRD+SWIRConcatenated bandwidth and wavelength regime. Broad Spectral Bandwidth sensor in the Shortwave Infrared regime.Approved
SENSRB02a DETECTIONBRD+VI